Survival strategies for local journalism
from The New Yorker
In October, the San Francisco Bay
, a 48-year-old alternative newsweekly that was beloved among San Francisco progressives, announced suddenly on its website that its next issue would be its last. Glenn Zuehls, the publisher of the paper's corporate parent, the San Francisco Media Company, told me at the time that the
, which relied on advertising for revenue, wasn't profitable.
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