Greg Osberg, who served as president and publisher of Newsweek until 2008, has been tapped by the new owners of the Philadelphia newspapers to serve as publisher and C.E.O. of the papers’ parent company, according to Philly.com. Osberg is both a native of the Philly area and–unlike a certain New York Times publisher, who’s Read More
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