What the Experts Say About the Boston Globe and Telegram Sale
Monday, August 05, 2013
Go Local reached out to top experts on media to get their perspective on the transaction, and insights as to what this means for the future of the paper, as well as industry as a whole. The Boston Globe, once the biggest force in media, has been in decline over the past decade, and now faces an uncertain future.
Henry bought the Globe individually and outside of the Fenway Sports Group, making this his first effort in the news media business. After making a fortune in investment funds, Henry has built a diverse sports group that includes the Red Sox, Roush Fenway Racing, Liverpool Football Club, and NESN.
Read what the experts have to say about the deal:
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- Projo Schools Writer Paid by State Education Funds
- RI Media - LIN Up, Belo Down, Phoenix Laysoffs Five, GoLocal Up 500%