Here’s a recent article about the Humor Times ceasing it’s free version in Sacramento as of December 2007, after 16 years in the capitol city – available only by subscription as of 2008.
Sacramentans have busted a gut at the scandals, boondoggles and foibles of public figures for 16 and two-thirds years—and for free no less. Come January, loyal readers of the Humor Times, formerly the Comic Press News, will have to pay for the monthly collection of political cartoons and columns launching slings and arrows at the stars of the nation’s current events.
Read more here…
Also, publisher/editor James Israel was interviewed on Access Sacramento, broadcast Oct. 1, 2007. The interview is also about the end of the free version of the paper, as well as the art of political cartooning, etc. Listen to it here:
Interview Part 1
Interview Part 2
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