Newspaper Chain Steps in to Penn. Labor Dispute A strike at the Youngstown Vindicator, one of America's few remaining independent, family-owned daily newspapers, is in its sixth week. The Pennsylvania paper's management is keeping the paper on the street with outside help from a national newspaper chain -- a relationship that's raising questions. From member station WKSU, Kevin Niedermier reports.
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Newspaper Chain Steps in to Penn. Labor Dispute

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Newspaper Chain Steps in to Penn. Labor Dispute

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Newspaper Chain Steps in to Penn. Labor Dispute

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A strike at the Youngstown Vindicator, one of America's few remaining independent, family-owned daily newspapers, is in its sixth week. The Pennsylvania paper's management is keeping the paper on the street with outside help from a national newspaper chain — a relationship that's raising questions. From member station WKSU, Kevin Niedermier reports.