Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Nyah, Nyah, Nyah, Nyah!

There's been a lot of action in the press this week and I a whole lot I'd love to talk about. Instead, I'll cover the action on Page 2 of the news because this is what the press doesn't want you to hear.

Yes, there are some news agencies that cover the facts and this one seems to be rubbing it in. Advertising Age, a resource for marketers, covers the facts of 'da biz' and in this case, there gabbing about the WSJ. As some of you might know, their readership is at an all time low and with that said, they are reaching for desperate measures. I've linked them both and the titles summate it all:

'Wall Street Journal' to Sell Ad Space on Front Page

Imagining the Day When the WSJ Print Edition Folds

It just goes to show, when you print crap, you make crap. The NY Times, the parent company of the WSJ, is feeling the backlash of their lies.

4 comments:

Dad29 said...

Are you SURE that the WSJ is owned by the NYTimes?

Gayle said...

Good news indeed, Mr. Tastic. We can certainly use every bit of it. The NYT's is losing readers left and right and the deserve every bit of it, but I didn't know they were the parent company of the WSJ. I seem to learn something new every day.

M.Z. Forrest said...

The WSJ is owned by Dow Jones.

Neo-Con Tastic said...

Yes, the WSJ is owned by the Dow and yes, they still print crap. I still feel that they're suffering the backlash of the MSM's liberal bias.