Press: Chicago Front

Never quiet for long is the Chicago newspaper battlefront. What is ordinary competition in another city, in Chicago publishing is fierce warfare; not literally bloody, as it was years ago, but scarcely less bitter. Last fortnight witnessed the opening barrage of what promises to be a major autumn engagement between Tribune (morning) and Daily News (evening), with Herald & Examiner and tabloid Times sniping here & there like guerrillas. The Tribune's salvo was a reduction in advertising rates, local and national, for the first time in its history.

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