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Amish newspaper unfazed by times

SUGARCREEK, Ohio – The writers’ grievances came in the form of angry letters, carried over bumpy rural roads to the newspaper office serving the Amish community. In a world where …


Art imitates real-life journalism – sort of

I saw two movies this week, both featuring superheroes. No, they did not sprout knife blades out of their knuckles. These people had the kind of superpowers I could relate …


Still plenty to read despite shrinking space

Bring back the old baseball boxes, please! I’ve heard that a few times this past week.


Leonard Pitts Jr.: No newspaper, no watchdog

On the day the last newspaper is published, I expect no sympathy card from Kwame Kilpatrick. Were it not for a newspaper – the Detroit Free Press – his use …


Our View: If newspapers disappeared, who would fill role?

Next week is Sunshine Week, an event that heralds open government and open records. But it will be much darker in Seattle, because it looks as if the Seattle Post-Intelligencer …


Failing papers embracing small screen

SEATTLE – If the Seattle Post-Intelligencer stops publishing in print but stays alive in some form online – as now seems likely – it won’t be the first daily newspaper …


Publishers seek state tax break

Newspaper publishers implored lawmakers on Wednesday to give them a temporary break on the state’s main business tax, saying that some of the state’s papers are “holding on by our …


New York Times debuts front-page ads

NEW YORK – The New York Times, facing falling ad revenue like other newspapers, on Monday became the latest paper to run graphical advertising on its front page. The Times …


Newspaper buildings for sale, but who’s buying?

NEW YORK — With revenue plunging as readers and advertisers flee to the Web, many newspaper companies have turned to selling off their buildings to raise money or save on …


Windy City papers face troubled futures

CHICAGO — A little more than a century ago, Chicago boasted 11 daily English-language newspapers. The fierce competition among them, immortalized in the 1928 play “The Front Page,” even turned …