An article at Columbia Journalism Review inadvertently admits this fact while defending the opposite view.
In “Print is the new ‘new media’” (Columbia Journalism Review, December 7, 2015), we are told that print journalism is alive and well and even coming back:
Now, 20 years into the digital revolution, print is making something of a comeback. Tablet, Politico, and The Pitchfork Review are among the successful digital publications that have ventured into print. Nautilus, Kinfolk, and California Sunday Magazine have launched in print in the last few years, and their audiences are passionate and growing.
This doesn’t sound like the whole story to me. The hard numbers tell a different tale… More.
A tale of arty death by coffee table.
Reality check: The critical question is, how well are new media assuming the critical role of the “fourth estate”? The news isn’t very good, especially where issues like censorship on behalf of government, catering to fashionable crybullies, or tolerance of fakery is concerned.
Twitter bans making people feel threatened (if they’re the cool people, of course)