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Zuckerman and Greuskin in Denial About Vulnerability of Print News Media

According to Mort Zuckerman, publisher of the New York Daily News who appeared on Topic A with Tina Brown this evening, newspapers are not in danger of becoming obsolete. He said that “80 percent of the Daily News is bought on the news stand and these are people that are traveling on public transportation and want to read on the way in.” Look out for wireless Mort. Once the Net becomes available of the train, that 80 percent could be in serious jeopardy.

According to Bill Greuskin, managing editor of the Wall Street Journal Online, who appeared on the same panel with Zuckerman, we’re a long way off from Web sites not affiliated with newspapers delivering real in depth, investigative reporting. Seeing as how they bought Slate.com, at least that IS practically true now.

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