Old and New Media


Our media has evoloved from a slow progression toward the internet to a steady jog toward the internet…

The AP is reporting that two of Detroit’s daily papers are cutting home delivery to three days per week.  The Christian Science Monitor is now entirely web-based.  Many major newspapers (such as the Courant) are encouraging readers to seek further information on print articles to visit their own websites. 

With two of Connecticut’s dailies failing and several others experiencing extreme cuts to their workforce, it is evident that the progression towards the internet is gaining steam.  This must be on the mind of every major newspaper publisher.  For each decision that they make they must ask themselves how it will impact their online product.

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