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The Los Angeles Times-*Washington Post* News Service, a syndication service formed back in 1962 with more than 600 clients worldwide, is bei…

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The Los Angeles Times-*Washington Post* News Service, a syndication service formed back in 1962 with more than 600 clients worldwide, is being closed down by the end of this year, and LAT will now become part of McClatchy-Tribune Information Services (MCT), a JV of McClatchy (NYSE: MNI) and Tribune, the companies announced late today. This means LAT and WaPo will now become competitors in the syndication space, as Howard Kurtz points out. LAT’s sale in 2000 to Tribune, and Tribune’s own sale to Sam Zell and its subsequent bankruptcy haven’t helped the JV. More details here.

  1. "LAT’s own sale in 200 to Tribune, and Tribune own sale to Sam Zell and its subsequent bankruptcy hasn’t helped the JV."

    Can you really not be bothered to write a coherent sentence?

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  2. Thanks grammar police. Coherence is overrated…

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