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Unlike those artifacts of days past, foreign bureaus were not replaced by new technology.
In contrast, when Knight-Ridder formed, it began pouring money into the Mercury News-- doubling the number of reporters, adding foreign bureaus and 20 sections.
Shanor says the Post-Dispatch is a paper that, without its own foreign bureaus, nevertheless presents a well-thought-out report for its 290,000 daily and 472,000 Sunday readers.
In Editor's Desk, agenda of Turkey and the world is assessed by editors of services, 18 local editor-in-chiefs in Turkey and AA's foreign bureaus such as in Washington, Beijing, Paris, Berlin, London and Cairo.
When other companies slashed newsroom staffs and shuttered domestic and foreign bureaus, the Times did not.
The economic crisis facing newspapers forced many papers to close their foreign bureaus and rely on freelancers for coverage from the world's hot spots.
Newsrooms have shrunk dramatically and foreign bureaus have been decimated.
Newsday has closed all of its foreign bureaus, and most major media outlets have abandoned foreign posts.
The Times' world-renowned journalism and 127-year history of excellence promises MCT customers access to first-hand reporting from 13 foreign bureaus, Hollywood, inside Washington D.
CCTV has also said it plans to open more foreign bureaus.
Newspapers are crying the blues and reducing their staffs getting rid of expensive veteran writers, editors, and foreign bureaus.
The Globe has been moving to cut costs and said last week that it would close its three remaining foreign bureaus.

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