Jules Crittenden of the Boston Herald has posted an alternate take on his paper’s prospects. In a letter to Romenesko, he writes:
I work at a newspaper that underwent severe staffing cuts six months ago. The situation forced managers to make difficult and painful choices, and some talented people went out the door. It was predicted to be the death of our news operation and beginning of the end of the Boston Herald. We’ve heard that many times before, so it was hardly worth paying attention to.
In fact, our news operation experienced a rebirth.
Read the whole thing here.