On Tuesday, reporters, editors, advertising, and circulation staff went on strike at Seattle's two daily newspapers: the Times and the Post-Intelligencer. Within an hour, they'd set up a website under the old (the name dates back to 1919) Union Record name and reporters who'd been competing for scoops just hours before were working together on an online alternative to the two dailies. The Times and Intelligencer are still being published, but in pared down form, by management. From member station KUOW FM, Marcie Sillman reports.



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