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Broad beating Geffen here at least

Take the surveyEli Broad has opened up a bigger lead on David Geffen as LA Observed readers' most likely (or preferred?) buyer of the L.A. Times. Ron Burkle runs a distant third; in fact, there are more votes for Hal Fishman giving up the anchor chair at KTLA, Bob Eubanks being retired to pasture and Jill Stewart becoming editor of the LA Weekly.

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