By paulgillin | June 9, 2009 - 11:36 am - Posted in NewMedia, Newspapers

The Death Watch will be on hiatus the week of June 8 as we scramble to hit the deadline for our new book, The Joy of Geocaching. For coverage of the industry, including the Boston Newspaper Guild’s dramatic rejection of The New York Times’ proposed cost cuts, check out our Google Reader page of newspaper sites or consult any of the fine resources listed in the Media Sites section of our sidebar below.

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  1. June 18, 2009 @ 9:10 am



    Dude,

    ALL traditional media is screwed. Focusing only on newspapers is like the captain of the Titanic focusing on one leak. What exactly is your point? And what revenue stream has Huff Post secured that NY Times has not? If the Times are going down, so will Huff Puff. The old Huff Puff is admitting they are losing money.

    In using words you can understand, it is a TOTALLY gnarly world out there for like the media. Ya know?

    Posted by John Redmond