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'The Demise of America's Great Newspapers' July 2009

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Will The New York Times Die?
The Demise of America's Great Newspapers — and What It Means for You

Newspapers are collapsing — and fast.

Circulation is plunging. Ad revenue is dropping precipitously. Staffs are being slashed. Papers are folding. Others are declaring bankruptcy.

But that's not the news. The real story is, What would the demise of newspapers mean for every American?

A strong nation needs a robust press to inform its electorate and monitor its government.

America will change radically as daily newspapers across the country are simply wiped out, says a stunning report in Newsmax magazine.

Newsmax magazine's special report "The Demise of America's Daily Newspapers — and What It Means for You" takes a probing look at the travails of our daily newspapers in the age of the Internet, and poses this question: Can newspapers be replaced?

We offer some surprising answers.

Included in this special Newsmax report:

  • The horrendous plunge in ad revenue — 29 percent in one year
  • Two-newspaper cities are disappearing
  • Only three top dailies gained circulation since 1998
  • Gannett Co.: more than 8,300 jobs gone in two years
  • The ominous implications of newspapers' decline
  • The forces that combine for a "powerful wallop" against papers
  • How sports coverage reflects newspapers' woes
  • The six major city dailies that filed for bankruptcy
  • The biggest irony in newspapers' plight
  • How the Internet is intruding on newspapers' turf
  • Papers' chief impediment to change
  • The generational divide that's ravaging dailies
  • The Seattle Post-Intelligencer: an in-depth look at one paper's demise
  • How a shift from the left has aided The Washington Post
  • Why papers' downsizing could backfire
  • The perils of free online content
  • The good news for consumers in the newspaper crisis
  • American ink: how journalists are portrayed in the entertainment media
  • Online sites are killing papers' classified ads
  • Another blow to papers: the soaring cost of newsprint
  • Newspapers' move toward shared content
  • And more

This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.

In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:

  • Dick Cheney's new war on Obama
  • Step aside Italians — new mobs are muscling in on the Mafia
  • A global IRS? Obama's scary new plan
  • Reagan's secret war on Russia: a lesson Obama needs to hear
  • Beat a bear market: Warren Buffett, Ken Fisher offer secrets
  • Sotomayor nomination: the insider story
  • Al Gore gets sad: losing momentum on global warming
  • Bill O'Reilly: a new take on Obama?
  • Gun lovers love "made in Montana" gun law
  • Pat Sajak, hated in Hollywood, becomes heartland hero
  • Our summer guide to the best books and family DVDs
  • Nightmare in Austin - woman wins fight over wrongful foreclosure
  • Ben Stein Reveals the Beverly Hills recession
  • Charlie Crist faces conservative backlash in Senate race
  • Texas company is drilling for oil in Israel
  • Talker Larry Elder could run for the Senate
  • Americans still Christian? Yes, but they are changing
  • Bob Dylan uncertain about Obama
  • Vitamin cops target your supplements
  • The Bible helps wildcatter search for Israel's oil
  • Frustrated employees strike back online
  • Gen. Wesley Clark: Indifference is sinful
  • Mel Gibson's family-values credibility is in jeopardy
  • Traveling overseas: many dangers ahead — and 10 countries to avoid
  • Onions keep viruses at bay
  • Dr. Laura: The lowdown on shacking up

Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.

Dr. Ben Carson, best-selling author and commentator, tells America: "Each month I look for Newsmax magazine to give me the news I can't get elsewhere, you should too."

Ben Stein says Newsmax reveals the "unafraid, uncomplicated, bare-knuckles truth about today's dangerous world."

And nationally syndicated radio host Michael Reagan, son of the late President Reagan, says: "I guarantee that you'll love Newsmax magazine. The liberal media moguls hate Newsmax."

Find out why more than half a million people read Newsmax magazine each month.

Special Bonus: If you are not a Newsmax magazine subscriber get this edition PLUS a 3-month free trial subscription to Newsmax magazine — a value of $15!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Sales tax included where applicable. Your trial subscription comes with convenient automatic renewal. At the end of your subscription, we'll notify you. If you want to keep the publication, do nothing and we'll renew your subscription using your credit/debit card on file and charge you $39.95 ($34.95 for digital) for one year (12 issues) of Newsmax magazine and thereafter at the lowest renewal rate then in effect. There is no risk, you can cancel within the first six months for a full refund of the unused portion of your subscription.

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Newsmax Magazine, like Newsmax.com, brings you exclusive stories the major media won't report. Newsweek named Newsmax Magazine editor Christopher Ruddy one of the top 20 new media personalities in America.
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