Thursday, June 25, 2009

Black and white and dead all over?

Today, Honolulu is one of the last cities in the United States with two competing morning daily newspapers, and is also served by an independently-owned weekly, which are in increasingly short supply as mainland weeklies conglomerate. Honolulu still enjoys what Honolulu Advertiser publisher Lee Webber calls “a multiplicity of antagonistic voices,” which many believe is a critical element of a healthy democracy.

But how much longer will that be the case?


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