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— Jack Blanchard (@Jack_Blanchard_) February 12, 2016
How long before others go online only?
The big media news this lunchtime is that the Indy and Indy on Sunday will stop producing printed editions at Easter but is going to continue in an online form.
It had been struggling for some time and has seen a dramatic drop in the number of printed copies sold each day.
The I, however, will continue and is being sold.
This was inevitable. People have just stopped buying printed papers like they used to. Just take a trip on a commuter train and you’ll find very few people reading printed papers apart from the freebie, The Metro.
The smartphone is the new alternative and the Indy has developed a strongly online presence.