The Decline of Newspapers– An infographic by the team at Clickinks
The dirty work on the NAA study, via AEI:
Total print advertising in U.S. newspapers dropped to $4.36 billion from January to March, which was 8.2% below the same period last year, and fell to the lowest level of advertising revenue since the third quarter of 1982.
To which I respond with good news: we have more news than we’ve ever had before.
Print. So reliable. Except when it doesn’t show up, which unfortunately happened to a few Globe subscribers around the city this morning. Trying to track the updates over on this Storify, but it looks like those Globes will be delivered come this afternoon.
I dunno, I think he nailed it.