via Local Onliner
It was perhaps inevitable, but the first newspaper has made the decision to abandon print and go “online only.” The Cincinnati Post, a 126 year-old paper owned by E.W. Scripps, published its final edition on Dec. 31 at the end of a Joint Operating Agreement with Gannett, which owns The Cincinnati Enquirer, the dominant paper in town. Henceforth, it will publish KYPost.com.
This should be interesting to watch.
2 thoughts on “A sign of the times…”
You hear that Mr. Anderson?… That is the sound of inevitability… It is the sound of your death… Goodbye, Mr. Anderson…
Okay, so that’s a bit much…and if you recall the movie, Mr. Anderson came back to destroy Smith.
But, the “Chicago Tribune announced Monday it is eliminating help-wanted [classified] ads from the newspaper on weekdays.”
Awesome! My personal favorite quote (and, once again, appropriate in this content)…