save me all that issue.i got to know how uma thurman found the missing link of my bike.
By the year after next, don’t expect to see a daily newspaper hitting your doorstep each morning — according to the Nieman Journalism Lab, that is.
The Nieman Journalism Lab looks to future trends in journalism. Last month, it predicted that the seven-day print newspaper is doomed. It forecasts that newspapers increasingly will focus on digital publication and that by 2015 less than half of current newspapers will follow the seven-day, home delivery model. Instead, print newspapers will be reduced to a two or three times a week vestigial option, offered as part of a much broader set of services and benefits available to “members.”
And rather than those irritating paywalls, the digital membership model would be like membership in your local public TV station, giving you complete access and providing discounts and other benefits (presumably not just the tote bags and coffee mugs you see on every PBS…
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