Monday, June 11, 2012

Why - and how - newspapers will survive

To paraphrase Mark Twain, the report of the newspaper's death is an exaggeration. Newspapers tend to quote naysayers while neglecting ample arguments for their own position citing it as too self-serving. Our editorial over the weekend takes a more positive outlook for the newspaper as a viable product - if it remains true to the communities it serves.
And then there's digital news founder Michael Bloomberg, who reads eight print newspapers a day because “I always thought the broadsheet presentation has real value.”

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