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What To Do About Newspaper: The Irony

What To Do About Newspaper: The Irony

Last week, Canada’s largest circulation newspaper, The Toronto Star, was sold off, after 128 years of publishing, to private interests. The price tag was a stunningly low $52MM. It’s a sign of the times: advertising revenue for the newspaper category has been slipping precipitously from 21% share […]

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    What To Do About Newspaper: The Irony
    Last week, Canada’s largest circulation newspaper, The Toronto Star, was sold off, after 128 years of publishing, to private interests. The price tag was a stunningly low $52MM. It’s a...

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