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The Dolans March In, But Please, No Press

What You Should Have Read, May 14, 2008

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The Dolans March In, But Please, No Press

The New York Observer weighs in on Cablevision's acquisition of Newsday, and finds not all is well in Hellville, er, Melville, the Long Island town where Newsday is based. During the bidding process for Newsday, the Dolans were for a time considering a partnership to buy the newspaper with the Observer Media Group, the publishing group that owns The Observer; both parties decided to go their separate ways well before the deal was sealed. Now the pink paper notes how the Dolans were less than enthusiastic about being covered by reporters from their new purchase.
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