Frannie Boyle went to work as an intern at The Philadelphia Bulletin. By the end of the day, the paper was gone.
So people are saying that print journalism is seeing its last days. I never would have disagreed with that point, but I also never would have thought that I’d actually be standing at a paper’s deathbed while it took its final breath.
Monday was my first day as an CN intern for the Philadelphia Bulletin, and it was my last day. Just minutes before I was about to turn in my first article (on the new Birthright in Coatesville, PA), the publisher Tom Rice called the staff together and announced the end of the Philly Bulletin.
You can read about her day at Vandy Right.
H/T Post Politics
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