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Remembering the good times of newspapers

Original post made by Tim Hunt, Castlewood, on Jun 19, 2012

News people from what can now be regarded as the golden age of newspapering in the Tri-Valley gathered last Saturday for a reunion.

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Posted by franco
a resident of Vineyard Hills
on Jun 19, 2012 at 6:57 pm

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Some of us followers are still looking for some examples of that "aggressive online coverage that the Pleasanton Weekly has pursued. " I guess it's a matter of definitions.


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Posted by Neighbor John
a resident of Downtown
on Jun 20, 2012 at 12:37 am

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Great column, Tim. I am also worried about the unfortunate condition these days of our Fourth Estate, and I fear that our evolving society has lost an important watchdog. Nevertheless, many thanks to you (and your mentors) for carrying the torch during better times for journalism. I was only a newspaper carrier for the Valley Times in the late 70s/very early 80s (when kids still had paper routes), but I appreciate how much it was a golden age that may never be seen again.


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