Roger Ailes loves Putnam County and h...

Roger Ailes loves Putnam County and his new weekly newspapers.

There are 2 comments on the Journal News story from May 9, 2009, titled Roger Ailes loves Putnam County and his new weekly newspapers.. In it, Journal News reports that:

MAHOPAC - Roger Ailes, Fox News chairman and chief executive officer, told a group of Putnam civic and business leaders yesterday morning that daily newspapers are dying and people don't read anymore.

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springer

Bronx, NY

#1 May 12, 2009
Fair and balanced? Our little paper has gone down the tubes since he took over. Never mind the agenda - no one can write either.
No agenda

New York, NY

#2 May 18, 2009
It's also sad to see a lot of the letters to the editor take on a nastier-than-usual tone in questioning the political motives of the new publishers. It's a sad statement when the political nastiness and obsessive-compulsive namecalling shows it's face at a local level. What a way to welcome our new neighbors to the community. :(

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