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Thursday, August 04, 2005

October 2044

That's when the last daily newspaper will be read, according to Philip Meyer, the author of "The Vanishing Newspaper". Well, Paul Farhi of the Washington Post objects to that prognosis in an article in the American Journalism Review, in which he makes a convincing case that "newspapers may have the best chance of any of the old media to survive in a new-media world."

I agree with him.

(Link via email from Chandrahas.)
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