Best Thing to Hide From Out-of-Town Guests 

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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With its circulation taking a nosedive over the last decade, the AJC is having an identity crisis: Is it a local paper? A regional paper? A national paper? Is it all three? Is it hip? Edgy? Too conservative? Too liberal? Mirroring a depressing industry trend, the AJC tries to be all things to all people. Too often, it ends up being nothing special to anyone. But hope springs eternal. New Managing Editor Julia Wallace has just overseen a massive restructuring of the newsroom. Her shake-up may clear out the deadwood and make room for the paper's brightest stars to shine once again. Until then, hide the paper under the sofa. And hey, we can say that: After all, we're 25 percent owned by Cox. Viva la familia!

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