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Other Hearst-owned dailies include publications in Beaumont, Laredo and Midland. Austin American-Statesman Sold For $47.5M To GateHouse Media Despite such explanations into inner machinations — moves long in the making in light of dwindling readership numbers in the newspaper industry that was no secret to observers — the cuts came as a surprise to many. Newsroom cuts touched the writing and editing teams along with sports and news photographers. Among those cuts were some of the newspapers most recognizable faces and best-regarded journalists: Peggy Fikac, a highly regarded journalist who longed served as the Austin bureau chief while writing a newspaper column for the Express-News, was among those cut. She previously worked for the Associated Press, where she covered the late Texas Gov. Ann Richards during both her gubernatorial campaigns, according to a biography on the Express-News website. Jeanne Jakle, a San Antonio native who had written extensively about local and national television, radio and other media for the newspaper since 1983. Jakle also ran a popular blog dubbed Jakle’s Jacuzzi that was widely read. Despite the decided fluffiness of her offerings, Jakle is said to have consistently amassed the most clicks per article — competing with the collective clicks of the newspaper’s unpaid digital version offshoot, MySA.com combined, one insider told Patch — from readers enjoying the lighter, yet popular, fare she had long provided.
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