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Chronicle names Adkins as new president  SF Chronicle: Hearst Corporation made Mark Adkins, senior VP of advertising for Hearst Newspapers, the president of the SF Chronicle and its online home Newspapers assail news-rack fee hike plan  Fees will increase from $30 to $60 per rack per year. The increase was approved as part of the budget process by the Board of Sups and Mayor CBS in $1.8B deal for info site Cnet  Media and entertainment company is buying CNet Networks Inc., an online news and information provider Iconic ad man Hal Riney dies Jury sides with Guardian  A jury awarded up to $15 million in damages to the Bay Guardian alternative weekly newspaper, to be paid by SF Weekly, its competitor Bushee New Chronicle Editor
Chronicle naming woman as its editor in chief. SF Chronicle San Francisco Bay Guardian shuts down after 48 years  The weekly newspaper, a leading progressive voice in the city, is closing for financial reasons, its publisher said SF Chronicle names new management team News companies warned by Twitter  News organisations including the BBC have been warned by Twitter to tighten security in the wake of several high-profile hacks Sports website Bleacher Report sells for $175 million Examiner names new editor in chief Rival papers settle lawsuit over ad pricing  The Bay Guardian and SF Weekly engaged in a lengthy legal battle over predatory pricing have settled their dispute outside of court Salon.com puts itself up for sale Newspaper circulation slides. SF Chronicle Chronicle, Bloomberg team up  SF Chronicle: The San Francisco Chronicle is teaming up with Bloomberg News to offer an expanded daily business section Chronicle to print on glossy paper. SF Chronicle Chronicle saw worst circulation decline  SF Chronicle: Of the top 25 dailies, the San Francisco Chronicle saw the worst circulation decline, falling 25.8% to 251,782 New York Times Launches SF Edition $5M investment for journalism Examiner.com buys NowPublic  Two Web sites that rely on a mix of experts and amateur reporters to cover community news are joining forces Japanese paper folding End of printed Onion has readers in tears Teamsters OK Chronicle Pact  SF Chronicle: The union representing delivery drivers ratified an agreement that will allow the newspaper to cut between 90 and 100 driver positions Rolling Stone closes last S.F. office  Jann Wenner co-founded in SF the irreverent biweekly 42 years ago to cover the psychedelic rock scene and counterculture movement Slumping Economy Sinking Ethinc Papers Paper reaches tentative pact with union. SF Chronicle Hearst wants 'significant' cuts at Chronicle

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  SF Chronicle: The Hearst Corp. to reverse the deepening operating losses is seeking near-term cost savings that would include 'significant' cuts to the staf

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  SF Chronicle: Ward H. Bushee has been named executive vice president and editor of The SF Chronicle, the Hearst Corp. said
 Bushee, 58, a second-generation journalist, is editor and vice president of the Arizona Republic in Phoenix since 2002

  SF Chronicle: Chronicle Editor is leaving his post to assume a broader role in the newspaper division of the Hearst Corp., which owns The Chronicle
Jan.10 Young Broadcasting to sell KRON-TV

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May.19 Chronicle to cut 25% of jobs in newsroom
  SF Chronicle: 80 reporters, photographers, copy editors, as well as 20 employees in management positions are expected to be laid off by end of the summer

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Jul.25 Paper, employees reached tentative deal
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Feb.19 Billionaire Anschutz buys SF Examiner
  The new managers promised a 'seismic shift in Bay Area journalism'. Anschutz is paying $20 million

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Feb.28 Red Herring magazine closes
Feb.21 Examiner lays off staff; plans to be free  40 people lost their jobs. The smaller, free paper will continue with about 15 reporters, editors and photographers

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Oct.16 Anchor Joe leaving KNTV
Oct.8 Upside magazine folds

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Nov.27 Chronicle to cut 220 jobs  SF Chronicle: Newspaper will slash 8.5% of its work force to offset a decline in advertising revenue

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Nov.21 Examiner ends after 113 years
  220 San Francisco Examiner workers faced a new era
Nov.16 Chronicle leaders named. SF Chronicle Jun.27 KRON sold May.14 Sale of Chronicle turns into 'nightmare'
  SF Chronicle: Clint Reilly's antitrust suit to stop Hearst from buying the Chronicle and selling Examiner has turned into a soap opera
Mar.30 Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst
  SF Chronicle: Hearst's transfer of The Examiner to the Fang family had resolved antitrust concerns about the deal Mar.24 Hearst, Chronicle Try to Tossed Out Suit  SF Chronicle: Purchase will enhance newspaper competition in the Bay Area, Hearst and The Chronicle argued in legal papers

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