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The Demise of the Newspaper and the Rise of the 'New' News

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Elisabeth Sander O'Hearn

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The Demise of the Newspaper and the Rise of the 'New' News
The Huffington Post
A citizen journalist is an amateur journalist who usually publishes online by using a blog or community website.

Advertising
Advertisements will move online.
In 2009, they dropped as much as 26 percent.
They make up 70 percent of a newspaper's revenue.
Easy to reach your target market online.

Conclusion
Paid staff of 150. Relies on 3000 contributors. Over 12,000 citizen journalists.
Creator: Arianna Huffington
What's the problem with the newspaper?
They're clunky. They come out once a day. They have no hyperlinks. They can't be edited.

In 1938: 38 out of 100 peopl bought newspapers. Today, only 7.
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