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UPDATED: News of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer after it stops the presses.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
P-I presses stop; Times troubles roll onREAD MORE COMMENT NOW
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The Seattle Post-Intelligencer's print edition dies, and while it's a shock to Seattle's sense of specialness, a new study shows that most people don't really care whether their local daily lives or dies. The real buzz is about what's next.READ MORE 27 COMMENTS
The bloggers who do it for love, not money, are sad too.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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PlasticLogic, with a much larger screen than Kindle's, might be the shape of newspapers to come.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Move underscores Hearst's statement that it has no interest in acquiring the rival paper. It also says it would operate a digital P-I outside the joint operating agreement with the Times.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Hearst has been working on an e-paper project for the past year. Plastic Logic, a firm working on such a product, says Hearst won't be a partner.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
A Seattle City Council panel considers how to keep daily newspapers alive, as the ecosystem demands adaptation.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
It wouldn't be the final answer for the paper's problemsREAD MORE COMMENT NOW
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