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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mac Tully
MediaNews Group is combining most of its daily newspapers in the San Francisco Bay area to save money on their print editions so that the company can invest in ways to bring in more revenue from the Internet and mobile devices.
"The economy has been more challenging than anticipated," Tully said.
Mac Tully, president of the Bay Area News Group, said in an interview that it was inefficient to produce so many different newspapers "when two could do the job."