No News is Bad News: The Future of Print Media

No News is Bad News: The Future of Print Media
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 22 december 2008

Even though newspapers are arguably more popular than ever before, instead of seeing higher profits, the reality is they’re earning less – a fact that is leading to industry wide buyouts, reductions in staff and in some cases, permanent closures.  The current model of how newspapers operate is clearly broken and the biggest contributing factor, might be us.

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