Monday, August 27, 2007

Stop The Presses: World-Herald's Printing Problems

The state's largest newspaper said "electronic problems" at its production facility (The Freedom Center) is delaying the distribution of this afternoon's editions. A recorded message at the Omaha World-Herald switchboard tells callers they could receive their paper as late as nine o'clock tonight.

According to a message on Omaha.com, some editions are being printed at an "alternative printing plant."

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Freedom Center"

What a joke
First it was comment freedom
Then highly moderated conservative comments that got through.
Then No comments at all.

Anonymous said...

Did they check to see if the press was plugged in?

Anonymous said...

The city still has a newspaper?

Next time maybe they could run off a few thousand copies on an ol' hand crank mimograph machine.

Anonymous said...

Remember getting High off the Fumes...It would be 3rd grade all over again

Anonymous said...

I am pretty sure that was my gateway to my drug addiction..Sniffing (huffing) test papers in grade school

Anonymous said...

I hope they get the press problems fixed. It's impractical to line my birdcage with stone tablets.

Anonymous said...

How convenient that they left the television section off the paper yesterday evening. Are they trying to tell us something?

Anonymous said...

So thats why there wasn't nothing on last night..Huh

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