Newspapers are Suffering

Jim Harris

My most recent column in backbone magazine focuses on the decline of newspapers. Read an excerpt below:
For newspapers it has been death by a thousand cuts: American readership has been falling by more than 700,000 a year since 2000, according to the Newspaper Association of America (NAA), and revenue was already down when the recession […]

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