Newspapers In Crisis

As if newspapers hadn't enough to worry about with plunging ad revenues and the flight to the internet, a new study suggests tech-savvy youth is getting its news elsewhere in
ways that threaten the very viability of newspapers. "Abandoning the News," a study from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, shows that just 19% of 18-to-34-year-olds
read a newspaper daily, 17% read it once a month and 12% said they "never" read a newspaper to get news.