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Chicago Sun-Times Chairman Bruce Sagan joins Justin for a wide-ranging interview to discuss the future of newspapers and journalism. Bruce talks about his great career, getting hired to be a copy boy, slowly learning the newspaper business, buying the Hyde Park Herald in 1953, the importance of neighborhood news, Michael Ferro and Tronc, the status of the Chicago Reader, the changing economic patterns of advertising, social media companies stealing news from other content creators, news migrating to the internet, people paying for their news consumption on the web, the development of news silos, buying news à la carte, preserving the Sun-Times brand and if Chicago will always be a two newspaper town.

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