Tony: The Star Moves Closer To Becoming A Non-Profit

A big money award is probably a good thing but still might signal the end of an era for Kansas City’s so-called paper of record.

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18 Responses to Tony: The Star Moves Closer To Becoming A Non-Profit

  1. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    oh of course tony…you and hearne are the only
    read pieces in this city. Noone reads the
    kc star..(only 400,000 people)….
    You are one fucking loser…everything is
    wrong and dark in your world…everything is
    bad…you are becoming a human pinata (and
    a fat one too) for all the people who find this
    city, its attractions, its people and its
    culture a positive and growing influence on
    life.
    Get out of moms basement….or pick a night and
    let me take you out and show you what a
    magnificent city we live in.
    Go f*ck yourself..

  2. Anonymous says:

    MoCrash
    While The Star’s revenue and readership are down, the broadsheet is still far more read –and profitable — than any local internet news source (as is it’s web site). This idea that The Star has one foot in the grave is ludicrous. It’s far more likely that KC Confidential and other blogs will disappear before the 130-year-old Star.

  3. Anonymous says:

    JoHawk
    I bet Tony is a serial killer.

  4. Anonymous says:

    mojhawk
    Does anyone hear no how in debt McClatchy corporation is?

  5. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    probably billions…but they can declare bk
    and clean all that debt out and run the
    kc star and make money for the next 130 years.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Michael
    Good Old Bankruptcy. The savior of the worthless spineless cowards of the world. “Somebody bail me out of all my stupid decisions”. Lets start a movement for killruptcy, raperuptcy so everyone can recover from poor decisions with no consequences. Mansonruptcy, tedbundyruptcy, jeffreydahlmeruptcy.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Behind the Times
    Man, Hearne’s sources are behind the times. If this hadn’t been printed in the Star he never would have known. The ‘fellows’ have been in the newsroom for about six weeks now.

    It doesn’t really even matter much what Kansas City’s so-called “premier” blogger says. And I say “so-called” because he’s a terribly negative dysfunctional rumormonger who needs a real job desperately.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Steve
    If it get’s to bad, they can set up and hide behind a legal shield of trans national corporate person hood, and move whatever capital they gave remaining freely around the globe in search of the LOWEST possible labor costs.

    Content mill reporters in say, India can cover all our local news for us.

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  10. Anonymous says:

    chuck
    Thats kinda funny steve. heh heh.

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    Jim Fitzpatrick
    Mojhawk: In its 3rd quarter financial report, released today, Pat Talamantes, McClatchy’s chief financial officer, said, “Debt at the end of the quarter was even with the second quarter at $1.8 billion, $113.4 million below year-end 2009.”

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