‘Newspaper print edition provides most of the revenues, but it can’t provide a future’

“I know of no evidence to show that young people are picking up the print habit,” says Jay Rosen. “So if the cost of abandoning print is too high, the cost of sticking with it may be even higher, though slower to reveal itself. That’s a problem.”

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