L.A. Daily News announces new printing partnership

There are 20 comments on the Feb 27, 2009, LA Daily News story titled L.A. Daily News announces new printing partnership. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

In order to continue providing readers with the area's best local coverage, the Los Angeles Daily News has announced a new strategic plan to restructure its printing and production operations.

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bob wright

Thousand Oaks, CA

#1 Feb 27, 2009
must be some more important news out there
bob wright

Thousand Oaks, CA

#2 Feb 27, 2009
hey bob wright you are wrong, lol. this is important news out there. the other news out there that is important is the news that i have left bob wright a message that says there are is news out there that is important news out there
repug reckoning day

Glendale, CA

#3 Feb 27, 2009
still more jobs lost, when will it end?
PLK

North Hollywood, CA

#4 Feb 27, 2009
Outsourcing? You're kidding, right?
Got it now

AOL

#5 Feb 27, 2009
Throw the Daily News a life raft, it's going down. One more liberal paper going down for the third time. Maybe whoever buys it will be unbiased in its reporting...bye, bye, now what am I going to put under my dog to poop on!

“Be the change you want to see!”

Since: Dec 08

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Feb 27, 2009
They have to try to put a positive spin on it.

At least we can still listen to Doug McIntyre on the radio.
Hmmm

Compton, CA

#7 Feb 27, 2009
Maybe they should contract out to "Charmin", then the paper would be truly useful!
Tired of it all

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Feb 27, 2009
What is amazing is that the Green Sheet/Daily News used to be a quality paper. If they return to real reporting on events and news in the valley, they might make a go of it. I took the paper for a gazillion years until just over a year ago. I would consider "re-upping" if they did change.
ALL AMERICAN HAWK

Salt Lake City, UT

#9 Feb 27, 2009
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS ANNOUNCED THEY WERE CLOSING DOWN AS OF TODAY AFTER 150 YEARS.THE SAME
MAY HAPPEN TO THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE,THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER,AND THE LOS ANGELES TIMES.THINGS AREN'T LOOKING GOOD FOR NEWSPAPERS
RIGHT NOW.
Bad Risk

Temecula, CA

#10 Feb 27, 2009
repug reckoning day wrote:
still more jobs lost, when will it end?
Don't know ask your president, the chosen one. Though that when he was elected everything was suppose to be new and fresh.
newzpapergirl

Atlanta, GA

#11 Feb 27, 2009
another said day for those who will lose their jobs
law

United States

#12 Feb 27, 2009
will i get my servance pay
South Central

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Feb 27, 2009
So the Daily News business for the last 25 years has been printing newspapers and they decided someone else can do it better?

“Save our city and nation”

Since: Feb 09

Los Angeles

#14 Feb 27, 2009
Could have been worse, they could have outsourced to the LA Slimes. Sad that the people working at their printing plant will be out of work and that is news. I hope they don't go the way of "The Rocky Mountain News" because they are the only paper really reporting on local issues.
Very sad

La Crescenta, CA

#15 Feb 27, 2009
Bad Risk wrote:
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Don't know ask your president, the chosen one. Though that when he was elected everything was suppose to be new and fresh.
You're pretty pathetic. No wonder why this country is in so much trouble, folks with your mindset and shortsightedness have been ramrodding things for too long. Fresh blood will make all the difference. The past eight years have been so poorly managed in this country, the political rights needs to be put in the corner for a decadeslong timeout.
TheCynic

Burbank, CA

#16 Feb 27, 2009
Bravo. Anything you can do to keep the Daily News afloat. If the Valley stood alone as a city unto itself, wouldn't it be something like the six larest city in the country? or something like that?

Maybe this will mean, too, that you can give us back the Opinion page on Mondays.
Jackie Oh

Rialto, CA

#17 Feb 28, 2009
Very sad wrote:
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You're pretty pathetic. No wonder why this country is in so much trouble, folks with your mindset and shortsightedness have been ramrodding things for too long. Fresh blood will make all the difference. The past eight years have been so poorly managed in this country, the political rights needs to be put in the corner for a decadeslong timeout.
the only thing the repugs are competent at is midirecting blame for the complete malaise they have thrust upon our once great nation. 30 years of Reaganomics and deregulation, neglecting our infrastructure and overspending and overtaxing our miltary..thank you idiot repugs!

“Be the change you want to see!”

Since: Dec 08

Albuquerque, NM

#18 Feb 28, 2009
Very sad wrote:
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You're pretty pathetic. No wonder why this country is in so much trouble, folks with your mindset and shortsightedness have been ramrodding things for too long. Fresh blood will make all the difference. The past eight years have been so poorly managed in this country, the political rights needs to be put in the corner for a decadeslong timeout.
My credit card debt is pretty high.

Making the payments is difficult.

I know: I'll go out and rack up some more debt!

That will get me out of my situation.

That is the mind-set of "pathetic" people like YOU.

Oh, there will be "fresh blood".

But whose will it be?

I thought 'blood-letting' went out in the 1800's.

The Socialist Democrats will bleed us dry.

More mismanagement.
A Lost Customer

Claremont, CA

#19 Feb 28, 2009
My brother has worked in the Daily News production facility since it was the "Green Sheet" (35+ years). I know firsthand that most of the employees in the Valencia facility have worked for the company just as long, if not longer. So now that they have dedicated their entire working lives to this company, they will be shown the door as a statement of gratitude from the company that they have toiled so hard for for so many years. All so that this company can stay afloat.
Perhaps if the Daily News had focused on improving their so-called "newspaper" many years ago, instead of pandering to the "Jerry Springer" audience they cater to now, there would be a much more loyal readership.
Sad...
Walter Moore

Los Angeles, CA

#20 Feb 28, 2009
This illustrates how hostile a business environment Villaraigosa's City Hall has created: the LOS ANGELES Daily News has to move its printing operations outside the City limits to cut costs.

Let's bring the city's best newspaper back into the city, shall we?

Vote for me for Mayor on Tuesday, and we'll make our city a place employers move into, not out of.

Walter Moore
Candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles
http://WalterMooreForMayor.com

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