] One of the 15 papers, The Anniston (Ala.) Star (Click for
] QuikCap), expressed public dismay with the vote yesterday
] -- saying the decision amounted to censorship. In an E&P
] interview after that article appeared, Star Executive
] Editor Troy Turner said: "Sure, 'Doonesbury' causes
] editors headaches from time to time, but there is a
] proven readership for it. Newspapers need to think of
] readers first, or they will continue to struggle."
Good for the Anniston Star! I'm sure Trudeau is not too concerned about losing 38 papers in light of the 1400 other papers that publish it, but still. I'm not a fan of a syndicator generating the comics page for a bunch of newspapers, but I guess that's how it works.
Continental: Complaints Led to Drop-'Doonesbury' Poll