TUPPER: News will live forever, even if paper doesn't
According to the news division of KELO-TV, newspapers are in trouble.
That's not exactly a "STOP THE PRESSES!" kind of scoop. By now, stories about the decline of printed products are as clichéd as the stiffly coiffed hair atop a television anchor's head.
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