If the next three years look like the last three years, a third to a half of the 50 largest metropolitan newspapers will go out of business. That’s according to Nicco Mele, author, digital
strategist and Wallis Annenberg Chair in Journalism at the USC Annenberg School of Journalism. “Mele … said that while the production and distribution of digital journalism are well
understood, ‘what’s not well understood is how we make money or fund journalism in the digital age,’” Harvard’s Shorenstein Center reports.
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