D.C.'s College Newspapers Are Thriving -- and Not Just Because of Sudoku

Darrow Montgomery/Washington City Paper
Washington City Paper | August 21, 2008
Real newspapers are losing readers by the minute, especially those labeled "college-aged." Yet amid the industry death march its farm system thrives. According to a 2006 report in the Wall Street Journal, readership and revenue of college papers has generally held steady or grown in recent years.

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