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BEST EXAMPLE OF PRINT’S IMPENDING DEATH: New York Sun
The conservative answer (sort of) to the New York Times shuttered its offices last September after it couldn’t find investors to cover its losses. Such is the state of print media, especially in the Media Capital. Normally, we wouldn’t mourn the death of a reactionary broadsheet, but (A) we mourn the death of all print publications and (B) The Sun was known for its exceptional arts coverage. You can tell it was superior: several of our film writers wrote for The Sun, too.

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