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Letter: Tribune shouldn’t send readers online
First Published May 06 2014 03:17 pm • Last Updated May 06 2014 04:45 pm

Sunday’s Salt Lake Tribune sports section reduced coverage of the Mayweather-Maidana fight to a small image on page 10 and a reference to go online for the full article.

I understand the business side of these decisions, but where is the balance between delivering content and generating revenue. This was a highly anticipated and publicized fight, but the Tribune buried it while devoting three-quarters of pages 3 and 5 to advertisements.

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I did go online to read the story, but not to sltrib.com. I went to my usual sport websites. On Sundays I still like to read the newspaper. I just wish I did not have to put it down to go online to get the rest of the story.

Michael A. Hastings

Salt Lake City




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