November 28, 2006


The Philadelphia Newspaper Guild, which represents the Inquirer, Daily News, and various other papers (but not my own), may go out on strike as soon as later this week, although a settlement and/or extension remains possible.

Philadelphia Weekly has even reported that the newspaper owners have advertised for replacement workers. If asked, I'll say no; I'm not about to commit career suicide, nor do I particularly wish to stab my fellow journalists in the back like that.

(The Guild does have some non-editorial employees in my office, but no pickets are planned there.)

Posted by Stephen Silver at November 28, 2006 01:07 AM

This seems more dicey. Are you crossing the line if they pick up your articles off the AP? How about off your syndicate? Or if they are offered as a freelance article?

Posted by: Jeff S at November 28, 2006 10:27 AM
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