Lyons: “Instead of giving newspapers bailouts, we should be hastening their demise”

Newsweek.com
“The weak papers need to die,” writes Daniel Lyons. “The strong newspapers need to go into bankruptcy and restructure their businesses with smaller staffs and lower cost structures. Yes, it will be painful. But journalists will find jobs — and they’ll be working in a better, faster medium.”

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