The Philadelphia Inquirer and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette have been quietly sharing content for nearly two weeks, exchanging daily budgets and trading even the most high-profile stories.
Inquirer Editor William Marimow and Post-Gazette Editor David Shribman confirmed that they have been swapping daily budgets since Jan. 29, the latest example of the ever-growing trend of newspapers with no common ownership or JOA trading news.
"We exchange budgets and except for the most highly-competitive stories, we will be sharing," said Marimow. "You will see more Pittsburgh Post-Gazette bylines and photos in the Inquirer."
Shribman said the sharing of content is not a …