According to Drudge, newspaper circulation is down nationwide. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is no exception losing 8.73% of it’s readers during the last year, second only to the San Francisco Chronicle in percentage lost (among top 20 American newspapers).
How much of this is caused by the internet with it’s ability to read newspapers and other sources of information from all over the world? One can read the entire AJC online without spending a dime – so why subscribe? And where does that leave newspapers? Do they have a future in this digital age?