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  • John
    July 02, 2010 - 13:22

    Contrary to what's alleged in the article above, survival of the newspaper is in fact a very real consequence of free news online. The local daily paper in Victoria, B.C., for example, does not print a Monday edition any more.

    And look at what's happening south of the Canadian border: Many American newspapers are in dire straits, and some have actually closed down. For some reason, smaller newspapers are faring much better than large city dailies. No doubt -- in addition to offering their product as a freebie -- the loss of Classified Ads is a prime cause of the problem.

  • Gloria
    July 02, 2010 - 13:10

    no one reads or clicks on ads print or online ... i even mute my tv when ads come on and do something else for 2 mins

  • John
    July 01, 2010 - 20:06

    Contrary to what's alleged in the article above, survival of the newspaper is in fact a very real consequence of free news online. The local daily paper in Victoria, B.C., for example, does not print a Monday edition any more.

    And look at what's happening south of the Canadian border: Many American newspapers are in dire straits, and some have actually closed down. For some reason, smaller newspapers are faring much better than large city dailies. No doubt -- in addition to offering their product as a freebie -- the loss of Classified Ads is a prime cause of the problem.

  • Gloria
    July 01, 2010 - 19:46

    no one reads or clicks on ads print or online ... i even mute my tv when ads come on and do something else for 2 mins