Pamela Polston And Paula Routly
Pamela Polston And Paula Routly
November 29, 2010
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Fran Stoddard interviews Pamela Polston and Paula Routly, publishers of Seven Days, one of the premier alternative weekly newspapers in the country.
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After the Interview
Fran talks with Pamela Polston and Paula Routly about the different things they are proud of while working at Seven Days.
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Seven Days
Seven Days has the 2nd largest circulation of any newspaper in the state. Founders, Paula Routly and Pamela Polston had no real business experience when they took their leap into publishing 15 years ago, but awards, critical acclaim and a devoted readership confirm that the quirky paper and its co-editors have made an indelible mark in one of today's most embattled business arenas.

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