Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Dying Breed

Andy | Tuesday, July 10, 2018 | Best Blogger Tips
As more people switch to the the digital version, newspapers along with the publication boxes are struggling to survive.

18 comments:

  1. I like very much these borders of distribution of newspapers as there is in certain countries (not in France). It is an excellent idea

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  2. We don't have those distrubutions boxes here, people can buy them at a book store. Or have a subscription to a newspaper as we have as long as we are married. We receive our newspaper every day in our mailbox, brought in the early hours by a mysterious person we have never seen as we are still in bed than.

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  3. I still like a real newspaper!
    I saw the artist from the Carlton St mural on the news last night. It looks like it will be a great mural.

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  4. One can't line the bird cage with a digital version of the newspaper!

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  5. That is so true. I subscribe to the New York Times but, I subscribe digitally and read it on line.

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  6. I buy the Toronto Star and the Ottawa Citizen each day, and the Montreal Gazette on Saturdays.

    The Sun chain as a whole is little more than a joke.

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  7. I remember getting the paper at home as a kid. I honestly don't think I have ever bought a paper from one of those boxes.

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  8. I used to love reading newspapers but now I read the news online. It's a fast changing world. I haven't seen one of those machines in a few years. People will forget them just as fast once they reclaim all the machines.

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  9. With the speed of digital news, the news is old by the time newspapers arrive. Papers are disappearing in printed form.

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  10. In my small town we still have these boxes. I am sure it won't be for long, though.

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  11. That's one thing I have trouble letting go of: printed newspapers. I subscribe to our little local paper and the Sunday NY Times. My husband prefers it in digital form.

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  12. Here in Sweden we never have those publication boxes. But both magazine and newspaper living on the edge to shut down. For several years now I stop buying newspaper or fanzy magazine. I don't even subscribe in the digital versions.

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  13. I used to read the paper every day, but stopped. This past Monday was the first time I've read a newspaper in years. I really prefer reading on paper as opposed to a screen.

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  14. I still see these in Naples, where the pooulation skews old, but not so much in Hartford.

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