Editor clarifies: Daily News logo will be on papers’ new building

    Philadelphia Media Network is moving to Market Street this summer and its two newspaper, the Inquirer and the Daily News, will be sharing a newsroom.

    And after a brief scare that only the Inquirer would have signage on the building, a Daily News editor says the people’s paper will, in fact, be represented.

    The Philadelphia Historical Commission has only approved “The Philadelphia Inquirer” to be featured on the marquee above the main entrance on Market Street, and would not allow additional branding there.

    But according to a memo Romenesko picked up from DN Assistant City Editor Josh Cornfield, the adjacent Gallery building will have logos for both papers and Philly.com. “Also, there will be some branding of the DN and P.com in the windows at street level of the Strawbridge’s building.”

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