The death of newspapers: Have we reached the tipping point?
McNair, Brian (2016) The death of newspapers: Have we reached the tipping point? The Conversation, February(15).
News Corp’s only substantial competitor in the print journalism sector may be on the brink of giving up the ghost, as has long been speculated even by its natural supporters such as Beecher. If it does, hundreds more jobs will go, along with the many hundreds of experienced, skilled journalists and editors already shown the door by the company.
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