Re: Final Week for the Cincinnati Post
It must be cool to live in a city like New York, where there are multiple newspapers that cover stories and you can have a preference for newspaper buying. It reflects poorly on the city that it couldn't support a second paper and that, by all indications, it is barely supporting one.
The internet and television shifted the focus away from reporting and onto "breaking news" -- where there is no investigation, no questioning, just pointing a camera and showing people the fire as it burns. Sad in a way, but amazing in another.
My friend brought up an interesting point last week, though: what happens to all the Cincinnati Post paperboxes downtown? I think it'd be neat to own one.
23 Years and Counting...
Last edited by Caveat Emperor; 12-25-2007 at 11:11 PM.