The Blagojevich Front Pages

As a print journalist, I'm always looking for reasons to justify the existence of print journalism. One of the best, in my opinion, is ...
by | December 10, 2008
 

As a print journalist, I'm always looking for reasons to justify the existence of print journalism. One of the best, in my opinion, is that, despite the wonders of the Internet, there's nothing quite as captivating as the front page of a newspaper the morning after a major event.

Thanks to the Newseum's Web site, it's easy to scan the front pages of newspapers. Here are some of the Blagojevich front pages that I thought were most interesting.

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Tribune

Southtown Star

Springfield Journal Register

Daily Herald

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