Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: From comics to people, lot of changes afoot
Changes big and small are happening at the Union Leader. We have even changed one of our comics and are considering doing so with another. Actually, changes to comics often raise more interest and consternation than most things. So far, though, the one we made a week ago today has sort of been under the radar. I'm not sure what that means. Either people like it or don't like it or didn't read the one that was replaced. Time will tell.
John has also been even-handed in his treatment of politicians left, right, and center. Again, not always easy to do, especially when you work for a newspaper with an outspoken editorial viewpoint.
If anything needs a jumpstart, it's that cockeyed liberal Concord Gang. (Sorry, Dana, couldn't resist.) Actually, the Monitor and the Union Leader have been butting editorial heads for more than 100 years. Here's hoping Dana gives as good as he's going to get.
Write to Joe McQuaid at Publisher@UnionLeader.com or on Twitter at @Deucecrew
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