The Front Page 2.0

If you had told newspapers publishers in 1994 that they could soon cut printing costs to near-zero, they’d have jumped at the offer. Which duly happened; but the resulting competition has ruined most incumbents. “Instead of being the only newspaper in town, every English-language newspaper in the world is competing with every other one”. So be it. If two or three great world newspapers survive, that’s enough (2,000 words)

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