Thursday, February 05, 2009

Imagining A City Without Its Daily Newspaper, Part 1


In cities around the country, such as Atlanta and San Francisco, the major newspaper in town is losing money. Financial analysts say they expect some big dailies to fold, perhaps as soon as this year. But what would it mean for a city if its newspaper were to disappear? Take a place like Hartford ...

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    Connecticut Man1 said...

    It doesn't hurt so much in towns and cities where Bloggers are out theere with their cams and laptops getting some news out... Most people are getting it all from radio and TV these days, anyways.

    Even though the Courant has some decent staffers, I can't, for the life of me, see the value in subsidizing the rest of the junk journalism while navigating crap loads of ads to get snippets of news.