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October 28, 2008

CSM to go Native on the Internet

People say that the Internet is killing newspapers.  Poor Sam Zell, buying the Tribune Co. and discovering that cutting staff and a redesign of the flagship paper doesn't bring in the readers for the physical copy.  The Tribune is not the story here.  It's the venerable Christian Science Monitor which is leaving print behind and going strictly online for its operation.  Look for the last edition off the presses coming out next April.

More on this from Howard Kurtz at the still in print Washington Post.  [MG]

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