“This is another death knell for newspapers,” Ken Wisnefski, founder of the Internet marketing firm WebiMax, told International Business Times. “The drop in newspaper print editions has obviously been well-documented, but I think this move — when you’re talking about a publication like USA Today — it really shows the focus, and the need to build upon digital assets as opposed to traditional media.”
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