Just another victim of a shifting, churning landscape

blond woman readingIn honor of the hearings in the Senate on struggling newspapers, we offer up peoplereadingnewspapers.com, a thumbnail of one photo posted on the site is at right.

“As a means of conveying news in a timely way, paper and ink have become obsolete, eclipsed by the power, efficiency and technological elegance of the Internet,” Sen. John Kerry said in prepared remarks. “But just looking at the erosion of newspapers is not the full picture; it’s just one casualty of a completely shifting and churning information landscape.”

— Sen. John Kerry’s prepared remarks for Senate committee hearings via AP.

Again, he’s on the side of the newspapers?

(Photo by Pink Daisy)


  1. Kerry loves his local newspapers because they’ve covered his ass. Ex: he was pretending to be Irish in Boston for three decades before out-of-state media reported he’d been faking it.

  2. Without the Globe there who’s going to publish Kerry’s press releases as if they were news?

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