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The Future of Newspapers in California

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More and more Californians are getting their news on the Internet, which means they're getting for free what it costs newspapers a lot of money to gather and publish. In the last six months, the Los Angeles Times lost 11% of its daily circulation, the Daily News was down 26%, the Orange County Register was off 10% and the Riverside Press-Enterprise 24%. The San Francisco Chronicle was down more than 25%, but claims revenue is going up.

Credits

Guests:
James Rainey - Variety - @raineytime, Steve O'Sullivan - former Business Executive, Los Angeles Newspaper Group, Felix Gutierrez - Professor of Journalism, University of Southern California

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Frances Anderton