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Jurgensen, Karen
February 2000
Advertising Age;2/14/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 7, ps6
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This article examines the impact of the emergence of the Internet on newspaper publishing as of February 2000. Whether the challenge comes over the airwaves or through a computer modem, it changes the way people receive their news and information. While change is necessary, people need to continue asking what such a change means for the reader. If people are able to serve readers by delivering a daily report that is insightful, informative and even entertaining, then they will continue to make time for papers.


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