Philadelphia may soon be without a single daily newspaper, but the last paper standing in Seattle finally posted a profit following the death of its main competitor. We’ll talk about the state of the American newspaper with executive editor of the Seattle TimesDavid Boardman and with Michael Sokolove, contributing writer for the New York Times Sunday Magazine.
You can read Michael's story "What's a Big City Without a Newspaper" here.
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