Another One Bites the Stock Table Dust

We reported earlier on how the Chicago Tribune and Newsday were getting rid of–or cutting back on–their print stock tables (since the information is so readily available online and the removal frees up some valuable real estate–cutting just one page can save millions a year). Yesterday, the LATimes jumped on the bandwagon.

Any predictions as to when the Post will join the gang? In a piece last week, the Post remained tight-lipped about their plans.