Read it and shake your head – because, again, with this kind of thought (that advertisers will soon realize that no one clicks on Internet ads and will then come back to the newspapers and save them – no, really, that’s what’s being suggested) being proffered by the professional journalist atmosphere, they’re only tempting the fates as they scrunch the blinders tighter.
Original story here, where they write a little blurb about the failing health of each of the ten.
And the list from the first link in this post:
Time’s predictions for the next US papers to face the chop:
1. The Philadelphia Daily News
2. The Minneapolis Star Tribune
3. The Miami Herald
4. The Detroit News
5. The Boston Globe
6. The San Francisco Chronicle
7. The Chicago Sun-Times
8. NY Daily News
9. The Fort Worth Star Telegram
10. The Cleveland Plain Dealer
You can pull those blinders as tight as you want, but just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there.
Cross-post from Writes Like She Talks.