While not what they once were, newspapers remain vital

“The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” So Mark Twain was said to have remarked when informed that the New York Journal had printed his obituary, but it’s a quote that could be applied to newspapers, too. Certainly, the headlines about the news business over the last decade and a half have not been…

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