To counter the trend of growing web consumption of news and entertainment, a number of magazines and the world's oldest newspaper have stopped printing their publications and focused on publishing online. The question that remains is whether they'll survive any better online too.

To counter the trend of growing web consumption of news and entertainment, a number of magazines and the world’s oldest newspaper have stopped printing their publications and focused on publishing online. The question that remains is whether they’ll survive any better online too.

The world’s oldest newspaper, Sweden’s Post-och Inrikes Tidningar, has embraced the digital age, ending its run as a print publication and opting to be published exclusively on the Internet, AsiaMedia reports.

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