The sale of the Newark Post, the Cecil Whig and other Chesapeake Publishing sites have been greeted with cautious optimism.
A new owner could mean a new start after years of cutbacks and a former landlord who sometimes did not too much meddling from far away.
Still, the imposingly named American Consolidated Media deserves some credit in steering newspapers toward a digital world.
Here are some ideas that comes out of a 38-year career that included working in both the print and digital sides of the business. Click on the link below for the full column.