Sunday, May 23, 2010

Newspaper death watch about to expire

Margaret Sullivan writes:

The death watch began in March 2009. That was when - in the midst of extraordinarily difficult times for newspapers - Time Magazine published its scary-sounding list: The 10 Most Endangered Newspapers in America.

Of the top 50 papers, the magazine speculated, at least eight would go out of business in the next 18 months. Big names were on the list: The Boston Globe, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Miami Herald.


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