End of an Era: John Saltas Sells City Weekly 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints buys Salt Lake City's alternative weekly.

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Today was bound to come. Things have been pretty good at City Weekly during a very difficult time in the newspaper industry. Many of our newspaper friends are having a hard time. It’s impossible to ignore the impact that a bad economy has had on the local newspaper industry. Maybe we were kidding ourselves that we were immune. Read More...

John Saltas Sold His Soul
By City Weekly Staff

What would Salt Lake City be like without City Weekly?
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End Times: LDS Church acquires City Weekly, calling it a faith-promoting opportunity.
By D.P. Sorensen

History of Mormons and the Media
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