Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Rest in Peace, Recorder

The 140-year-old Recorder newspaper was euthanized on Jan. 22, 2009, because its owner, Journal Register Co., could not find a buyer.

The paper covered both boroughs of Conshohocken as well as Whitemarsh and Plymouth townships.

"The Recorder was my first full-time gig in journalism," said Joel Hoffmann, a Chestnut Hill Local staff writer who is widely known for his lack of objectivity and professionalism. "The Local is good to me, but you never forget your first."

A funeral service will not be held in the Recorder's honor. 

1 Comments:

Blogger Denys said...

No one cares about other newspapers buy you guys. Why don't you write about Pam Learnder quitting. You guys are turing into a huge dissapointment.

Wed Jan 28, 01:58:00 PM EST  

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