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January 28, 2006

It's all about content

Interesting Jack Shafer article on Slate about how newspapers are going to have to pony up with some quality content if they want to survive. He paints an economic picture that makes a lot of sense. What I didn't know: newspaper conglomerates were kicked off by 1970s estate tax law that made it too expensive for families to own the papers any more.

Posted by sedda at January 28, 2006 03:51 PM