I should have majored in computer science.
For decades, newspaper publishers and media giants alike have seen the erosion of its medium widdle into a blob of ink. You know, like Jello, only not as appetizing.
Many of these beleaguered brands have tried to grow with the times (e.g., San Francisco Chronicle, The Dallas Morning News, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune), and for that, PR peeps and consumers alike have responded well.
However, this latest news to come out Baltimore just may be the death knell for the entire industry. What could be so tragic? What is so heinous? There is now a real allergy to newspaper ink. Oh yeah, it’s real.