In the Flintstones, Betty Rubble got a job working for which newspaper?
Betty Rubble is a fictional character in the television animated series "The Flintstones" and its spin-offs and live-action motion pictures. She is the black-haired wife of caveman Barney Rubble and the adoptive mother of Bamm-Bamm Rubble. Her best friend is her next-door neighbor Wilma Flintstone. She speaks with an Midwestern accent.
Betty lives in the fictional prehistoric town of Bedrock, a world where dinosaurs coexist with cavepeople and the cavepeople enjoy primitive versions of modern conveniences such as telephones, automobiles and washing machines.
When Bamm-Bamm was a teenager, Betty gained employment as a reporter for one of Bedrock's newspapers, the "Daily Granite" (presumably a parody of the "Daily Planet" of Superman fame), under the editorial guidance of Lou Granite (presumably a parody of Lou Grant of the contemporaneous eponymous series, and formerly of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"). While employed there, she shared various adventures with prehistoric superhero Captain Caveman, who (in a secret identity) also works for the newspaper.