May 14, 2010

Four in the morning

1. The Tribune Co. bankruptcy saw another complication as senior creditors filed an objection to the latest plan. The company, which owns the Los Angeles Times, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December, 2008 and was hoping to get by mid-August. Chicago Tribune

2. The Tennessee House speaker collapsed during a public session in the Capitol building and an Associated Press photographer had the temerity to think the public might care about that. Lawmakers, however, knew better and had security escort the photographer out.

3. Personal advertorial: The five things one male journalist thinks every woman should know about dating a male journalist - "And yes, ladies, I’m single." (found via LA Observed)

4. New York Times Editor Bill Keller said the paper will begin charging for access to stories on its website in January. WSJ

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