Dallas Newspaper War A "newspaper war" has broken out between the Dallas Morning News and another publishing company over attracting the city's commuters. Within days of each other, two free morning dailies, Quick and the AM Journal, debuted. Both papers are aimed at 18-to-34-year-old readers. Catherine Cuellar of member station KERA reports.
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A "newspaper war" has broken out between the Dallas Morning News and another publishing company over attracting the city's commuters. Within days of each other, two free morning dailies, Quick and the AM Journal, debuted. Both papers are aimed at 18-to-34-year-old readers. Catherine Cuellar of member station KERA reports.