The Critical 'I'

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Thursday, October 31, 2002

BOLD MOVE IN THE NYC NEWSPAPER MARKET
shine on
A well-funded upstart paper, the New York Sun, is aggressively trying to carve out a spot for itself in the ultra-competitive New York City area. Only a paper that's got huge bags of money behind it can afford to cut its cover price down to 25 cents and survive to tell about it. And it's not like they've got chumps working there: Michael Kinsley and Andrew Sullivan aren't chopped liver.