Everything you wanted to know about media bias in the 2008 election


Is [found in this headline](http://www.newsweek.com/id/168933): “Can Obama Save the Media Industry?”

And from the article:

How long can the Obama-fueled print-run last? That’s unclear, but publishers are banking on increased reader interest and circulation up until the inauguration. The New York Times is hawking, for example, a reprint from the Election Day issue of just the front page; the press plates of the front page; a collection of Obama photographs and a commemorative issue of “Elections & Inauguration: George Washington to Barack Obama.” The St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, among others, is weighing special sections to insert in its post-Inauguration Day editions. Next week, USA Today and ABC News are jointly releasing a book and DVD titled “America Speaks: The Historic 2008 Election.” Separately, Gannett’s flagship is considering a commemorative edition covering the inauguration.

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