This has been bouncing around since it aired last Friday, but I don't think it's been linked on Slog yet.

Here you will find leaders of the city's big-four word-makers talking to the Seattle Channel about who's going to survive, and how they'll do it, in a rapidly-changing, economically-challenging media environment.

The cast: David Boardman, Executive Editor of The Seattle Times; David McCumber, Managing Editor of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer; David Brewster, Publisher of Crosscut; and Tim Keck, Publisher of this here Stranger.

Most interesting thing, in my opinion: How resigned Boardman and McCumber seem about the inevitable, and perhaps just-around-the-corner, disappearance of one of their papers. In the long sweep of intra-media talk here in Seattle, that's somewhat new.