Will 'The Washington Post' Cease to Exist as a Newspaper?

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In recent years, The Post has lost subscribers and revenue as readers have turned to other media -- chiefly, the Internet -- for their news and information and advertisers have followed. Though washingtonpost.com is among the most popular news sites, and is profitable, it generates only about one-fifth of the ad revenue generated by the newspaper.

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-Pertaining to that, I'm reminded of this: Be... by meremark on Friday, Dec 28, 2007 at 1:03:23 AM
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