That is, unless you count the NYT's web-savvy media columnist David Carr (@carr2n: "David Carr writes Media Equation column, blogs @ Decoder & covers pop culture at NY Times. Tweets news, ephemera and links. Thinks Web nice is the new black.") as a newspaper on his own. His Twitter following of more than 310,000 puts him well ahead of the LAT. That tells you something about the power of a single voice authentically interacting with readers.
Carr, the author of the confessional memoir The Night of the Gun, about his years of drug addiction, also has a canny sense of self-promotion, as many successful web celebs do; he will be an even bigger name after Page One opens on June 17.
UPDATE: It's also worth noting that Rupert Murdoch's stab at an iPad-friendly online newspaper, The Daily, faces tough times ahead.
[Chart courtesy of The Wrap, photo of David Carr courtesy Ray Pride, Movie City News.]