Sunday, January 4, 2009

Online Or Bust: Why 2009 May Be The Nail In Newspapers’ Coffins

Patrick Smith writes:

In 2008, every newspaper group either cut regional budgets, closed offices, shut titles or cut staff - in some cases, all of the above. In one way, this is nothing new - cutbacks are part of life for most newspapers and magazines nowadays. But there’s a strong case for saying 2009 will mark a shift from seasonal, sensible belt-tightening to the long-term shrinking of the newspaper industry in Britain. Here’s why…

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