U-T San Diego

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El U-T San Diego (anteriormente el The San Diego Union-Tribune) es el periódico de San Diego, California, Estados Unidos. En 1992 los dos periódicos San Diego Union y San Diego Tribune se fusionaron, formando el San Diego Union-Tribune. En 2006 el UT-San Diego, con el Copley News Service, ganó el Premio Pulitzer por informes nacionales en 2006.[1]

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  1. "Union-Tribune sold to Platinum Equity", The San Diego Union-Tribune, 18 de marzo de 2009. "But over the years the Copley papers were sold, closed or merged. The Union and Evening Tribune combined in 1992, during a period when changing readership habits combined with a weak economy to doom many afternoon papers around the country." y "At one time, the Union was the flagship of a Copley chain that included some four dozen daily and weekly newspapers in California and Illinois. The Evening Tribune won two Pulitzer Prizes --… one in 1979 and one in 1987 -- and the Union-Tribune, jointly with the Copley News Service, won for national reporting in 2006."

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