Saturday, December 20, 2008

Not if, but how, we'll deliver news

London Free Press editor Paul Berton writes:

People have been talking for years about the death of newspapers, and that may well be inevitable. But media companies will survive and thrive, and companies such as The London Free Press are unlikely to disappear suddenly after more than 150 years of business.

It doesn't mean we'll be recognizable even in a year or two. It means we'll still have a news gathering staff, a group of talented writers and storytellers and researchers and editors and photographers, and we'll still find a way to deliver all that to you. Just how we'll do that is the big question.

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