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Is 'The Sunday' The Future Of The Las Vegas Sun?
Is 'The Sunday' The Future Of The Las Vegas Sun?

AIR DATE: February 7, 2014

The Sunday, a new regional magazine, debuts this weekend. It's brought to you by the same people who publish the Las Vegas Sun. The future of that newspaper is in jeopardy as the courts decide the fate of the joint operating agreement that has kept it in business for the last two and a half decades. So what does The Sunday bring to the Las Vegas media market? And could it ultimately replace the Las Vegas Sun?


Brian Greenspun, publisher and editor, Las Vegas Sun and The Sunday

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