Monday, October 16, 2006

Warm fuzzies handed out at reader advisory board meeting in Wilkes-Barre

It's a new day in Wilkes-Barre, starting with winning pull quotes like this one: "But there will be more than symbolism achieved here. Tangible results will be achieved if we listen and then respond to our readers’ concerns," Richard Connor writes. The Walzer Era is truly dead.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How many focus groups do you need? The fact of the matter is people don't read newspapers like they used to. Too much competition: Internet, TV, etc. These groups are a waste of time. They ultimately turn into bitch sessions.
The decline of the newspaper industry can be slowed, but not stopped.