People walk past newspaper boxes into The Seattle Times building. Like dailies around the country, The Times is drowning in debt and struggling to cut expenses. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Is the Internet killing traditional journalism?
By Johanna Attias
Around the world, journalists are worried about whether traditional media formats can survive. With today’s popularity of free and non-stop online information, many people have concerns about the future of traditional journalism. A survey conducted by PR network Oriella showed that people are indeed abandoning newspapers for Internet news. Among 770 journalists polled across 15 countries, 52.6 percent believe that their respective publication might be taken off the market.
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