The Death of Print and What it Means for Christians

One of the side effects of our recent economic troubles has been the accelerated death of newspapers and magazines. The Internet has been eating away at the readers, advertising, and content of print media for years, but after the credit crisis hit, print-ad sales in many papers and magazines fell and loans to cover failing newspapers became harder to find. As a result, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer is becoming an online-only paper, while other papers close their doors completely or go … [Read more...]


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