Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
Wouldn't bother me, IF the newspapers drop all the ads in the paper when I pay for the ink on paper version of it. Can you imagine the number of trees that would be saved just for the Sunday Edition alone?
After you throw away the car dealer classifieds, the realtor classifieds, the Target circular, the Best Buy circular, the HH Gregg Circular, the Lowes catalog
, the Home Depot circular, the JC Penney Biggest Sale of the Year circular, and the satellite television flyer, the rest of the Sunday paper in Louisville weighs about six ounces. But even of that part, there are ads. I think the plethora of ads for strip clubs are an especially nice touch right beside the high school basketball scores.
The big newspapers can cry all they want, but their day as the sole source of news are over. If they ever start charging, most people will simply move on to other sources, just as some here have said.