One reporter said the newsroom was “stunned” by the announcement, which Hengel made on Tuesday evening in the midst of a turbulent period for Nevada’s biggest newspaper. Wednesday’s edition will include a message from the Adelson family on the front page. It says : “we pledge to publish a newspaper that is fair, unbiased and accurate.” It describes plans for “new investments” and the establishment of an ombudsman. Read the full story at Money CNN, by Brian Stelter
Review Journal Editor Mike Hengel announces sudden acceptance of a buyout. Newsroom stunned. pic.twitter.com/BZN5yNKeXH — Bethany Barnes (@BetsBarnes) December 23, 2015
@mhengel leaves with his head high and a newsroom of reporters who would walk through fire for him. A dying breed. https://t.co/viBcDPjdoc — Sandra Chereb (@SandraChereb) December 23, 2015Please help us out :
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