Newspaper Chains Reach Deal in Anti-Trust Case Village Voice Media and New Times Media reach an agreement with the Justice Department after being accused of anti-trust law violations. Federal attorneys say the two alternative newspaper chains illegally divided up their Los Angeles and Cleveland markets. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.
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Newspaper Chains Reach Deal in Anti-Trust Case

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Newspaper Chains Reach Deal in Anti-Trust Case

Newspaper Chains Reach Deal in Anti-Trust Case

Newspaper Chains Reach Deal in Anti-Trust Case

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Village Voice Media and New Times Media reach an agreement with the Justice Department after being accused of anti-trust law violations. Federal attorneys say the two alternative newspaper chains illegally divided up their Los Angeles and Cleveland markets. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.