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Why we don’t read papers anymore

For decades newspapers have chased the elusive younger reader in an attempt to boost circulation. Ironic of course in light of events which overtook the industry as we know all too well. No one young reads newspapers, and no one older either it seems.

So, when I picked up a copy of one Canada’s prominent papers, the Globe and Mail,and read the book page, it hardly surprised me that we in print are in such a state of crisis — regardless of the revolutionary technical changes.

To read the full article please visit The Huffington Post.

Originally published at The Huffington Post on the 25th of September, 2009.

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