Better Late Than Never, Barely
Both the Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald finally mentioned the Sid Rosenberg connection to the Imus story this morning, albeit both, tellingly, at the very bottom of their respective articles. The Herald's report, by Barry Jackson and Glenn Garvin, was superior in that it actually reported what Rosenberg said. The Sentinel simply tacked on the fact that Rosenberg worked at 790-The Ticket at the end of an AP reportleft that alone.
The Broward Times Elgin Jones, who gave the Pulp the heads-up on the Rosenberg angle, has come out with his story as well. Read it here. Good stuff.
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