Archive for October, 2009

  • During the past year, it has been no secret that the newspaper industry has struggled to find new ways to stay relevant as the digital age has continued to change the way we live, work and communicate. 

    Layoffs and pay cuts have occurred at metropolitan dailies nationally. News holes have shrunk significantly. In depth coverage has become minimized due to smaller, stretched staffs. As a result, the question has become what will the future of  ‘old school’ print journalism hold? Despite all of this, some interesting news could serve as a unexpected sign that ‘old school’ journalism is alive and kickin’ –and may be here to stay.

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