Miami New Times Bids Farewell to Competing Weekly

january 13, 2005  04:43 pm
"High hopes and disappointing realities are the bookends of Street's brief biography," writes Tristram Korten of Knight Ridder's defunct faux-alt. "Street was the [Miami] Herald's research-and-development experiment in attracting the elusive 18 to 34-year-old reader. For more than a decade daily newspapers nationwide have been grappling with declining circulation figures, especially among younger readers. But after five years Street failed to convince clients their advertisements were being seen by enough people, young or old."