In his image: the new foreign correspondence

Last week, the New York Times launched its new Bay Area edition, beating the Wall Street Journal in the quest to expand into media markets left hanging as local dailies fold.

And as readers continue to turn to the internet and advertisers continue to turn away from printed pages, there will probably be more big-city voids to fill as more papers continue to fold. But what does it matter — apparently all the papers are the same anyway.

Wednesday’s front pages:


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