Newspapers (hardcopy) are dying anyway.. (I thought that was going to be the post message.) Those that transcend to the net will survive- those that don't will perish. Except for the big columnists, the rest are paid peanuts... so ya gets what yas pay fur !!
I think it depends on the cities and/or states. NY, NJ & Pa local news papers (hardcopies) are still going strong. Not all are online either.
I don't know about anyone else but, I just don't see the point of reading a newspaper on a mobile device's 3x5 screen. WTF?
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