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Stop the presses. Utah’s two oldest and largest newspapers to print once a week


“Stop the presses” is a phrase from the heyday of newspaper journalism that referred to a temporary pause on printing for a big, breaking story. The phrase is taking on a more permanent meaning this week after Utah’s two oldest and largest daily newspapers announced they’ll move to a weekly format in 2021. And the printing presses are closing up shop for good. Today on “In the Hive,” a conversation about past and future of newspaper journalism in Utah.

Rick Edmonds, media business analyst with Poynter.
Mike Korologos, veteran Utah journalist

Public art on Regent Street in downtown Salt Lake City. Sen. Thomas Kearns once owned The Salt Lake Tribune and the Silver King Mine in Park City.

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