Sunday, January 20, 2013

A Downsized Boston Globe Opens Its Space for Community Uses

The New York Times reports:
While most newspapers lack cash, employees and a clear strategy for finding greater profits in the digital age, they do not lack for office space.
There's more:
The Globe is not the only newspaper to make creative use of empty space. Newspapers have been converting their old printing plants for decades, like the former Daily News plant in Brooklyn that was turned into condominiums.
The great moments of the Blue America coalition.