Editor-at-large of Hearst Newspapers and the San Francisco Chronicle, Phil Bronstein, decided to take a turn on The Colbert Report last night. Even though he ran John Sturm, head of the national publisher’s organization (NAA), through the ringer last week, Bronstein thought it was important to go on the show and risk ridicule, to try and convince TV viewers that the internet is killing the newspaper industry. Make sense to you? Yeah, we weren’t quite sure either. Tell us how you think he did.
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