Experts Ponder the Future of Small-Town Daily Papers

Oklahoma Gazette | July 30, 2008
It's not breaking news, but daily rags are taking a beating. If the information age isn't kind to "offline" products of the fourth estate in urban areas, what's happening with newsprint in other markets? With subscriptions and profit margins dwindling, what will be tomorrow's news for smaller-market dailies?

Oklahoma Gazette

In its inaugural issue of Oct. 15, 1979, Oklahoma Gazette, at that time an upstart, bimonthly publication with a mere 2,000 circulation, featured a page-one story about the Oklahoma City Council’s recent passage of an urban conservation district. Hardly sexy...
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