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Newspapers at the Crossroads
Newspapers at the crossroads

It is too early, far too early, to be writing the obituary for newspapers in their traditional form. They have been around for more than two hundred years in a number of variations on their present form. Yet there is no doubt that the early years of the twenty-first century witnessed greater uncertainty than ever before, compounded in 2008–2009 by a serious economic recession. There was hysteria, fear, even panic. It was a good time for pundits because they were offering ‘analysis’ and ‘predictions’ to a world that did not fully understand what was happening or going to happen. It was a time to doubt the ‘certainties’ of those who could not be certain. It was a time ...

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