Nov 24, 2011
Listen to the latest episode of our radio show on KOGO AM 600, which airs Saturdays at 7:30 a.m.
Editor Andrew Donohue and CEO Scott Lewis talk about the big news of The San Diego Union-Tribune sale to hotelier Doug Manchester and the vision for the future of the paper as told to us by new president/CEO John Lynch.
Donohue and Lewis note things to watch for:
• Does the paper's editorial page return to the kind that existed in the Copley era?
• Do Manchester and Lynch keep publisher Ed Moss and editor Jeff Light?
Plus, they discuss a claim by schools trustee Shelia Jackson we Fact Checked and labeled "Huckster Propaganda." And find out why they named Platinum Equity as VOSD Radio's Hero of the Week and the city of San Diego as the Goat of the Week.