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Another potential buyer says he’ll bid on the Tribune (access required)

An unnamed entity sent a letter of intent to buy the East Valley Tribune last week, but a second potential buyer has made it clear that he intends to make a bid for the newspaper in the near future. Steve Hadland, CEO of the Santa Monica Media Company, said he is still pursuing the purchase of the Tribune.


  1. Bunk. That was junk. You failed to mention Hadland’s editorial products in Santa Monica and Culver City. The web sites look like they are put together by a jr. high media class. The paper’s simply suck, are filled with misspellings and grammatical errors. Not to mention the content is local-yokle chicken-dinner ****.

    You can do better than this, buddy. You sure gave him a soapbox, but failed to bring any counter voice to the blog. Also, their offer to buy the Citizen was laughable, something like $400K for the whole operation. Speaks to their credibility, don’t you think?

  2. I don’t see how a newspaper would be a good investment unless you do get an incredibly great price on it. It’s such a dying media and a waste of paper. The generation of people who prefer their news a day late will soon no longer be with us. Hopefully all printed periodicals will go with them.

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