It's Official: Newspapers Are Dying

Next week, the 146-year-old Seattle Post-Intelligencer will probably stop publishing, following the Rocky Mountain News into oblivion. After its demise, the Tucson Citizen will probably be the next to go.

The NYT, which recently had to sell its office space and promise to rent it back, says that by next year all “two newspaper” markets could be “one newspaper” markets — and “one newspaper markets” will probably have no newspapers at all.

As Cities Go From Two Papers to One, Talk of Zero [NYT]
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