How will local journalism survive in the digital world?
Conventional print journalism is having a rough time surviving financially. It's likely that professional journalism will exist solely online in the not too distant future. Already we see quality news sites like "Voice of San Diego" and "MinnPost" arise to compete with local newspapers. But can these online-only efforts support themselves in the long term? What sorts of financial models are possible for them? And which one has the best chance of succeeding?
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