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Newsweeklies on the Brink

So, Time and Newsweek have had to reinvent themselves in the face of flagging circulation numbers and built-in relevance issues (i.e., they were created at a time when there were too many newspapers, crazy as that sounds now), but as The Atlantic’s Michael Hirschorn notes, there’s one weekly news digest that’s going strong while others falter.

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Big U.S. Papers Take a Big Hit

We’ve all been hearing this refrain for some time, but this is getting even more serious, people: According to Business Week, circulation numbers for 11 of the 25 biggest newspapers in America have taken a nosedive—the worst drop yet since the mediapocalypse in the print world commenced.

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Panic in the Newspaper Biz

“I don’t so much mind that newspapers are dying—it’s watching them commit suicide that pisses me off.”

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Chicago Agonistes: The Plight of the L.A. Times

Under pressure from its Tribune Co. overseers, the paper will struggle to protect the journalistic excellence it took years to build.

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