Here's a news flash from the future:
PRINT WILL LIVE IN A DIGITAL AGE
Journalism lives. Newspapers live.
If you like reading the folded, crinkly paper version of The Inquirer, as people did in 1829, you are still going to be able to do that 20 years from now in 2029.
Of course, you will pay more for the privilege. And as a fan of the ink-on-paper Inky, you will rank among the minority of readers, the majority preferring a wireless gadget that sends the news to their pocket.
"No single format will overtake the other," said Laine Cunningham, a North Carolina educator, writer and consultant who follows news-industry trends. "Just as movies have continued to run on-screen after video and DVDs became available, print versions of newspapers will continue to be produced."
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