The death of the newspaper industry at the hands of the Internet has long been predicted, but circulation is beginning to rise and investors are beginning to take an interest again. Young people are looking for news on smart-phones and tablets, and it appears they're willing to pay. On this rebroadcast of today's To the Point, will digital news be different? Does print have any future at all? Also, a quieter inaugural, with corporate support, and after 30 years of rising obesity, now some rates are going down. Is a national trend reversing?
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