August 31, 2012
/ by Katrina M Mendolera
If college newspapers aren’t going digital lately, they seem to battling heavily involved college officials or the demise of the paper altogether. Here’s a general state of affairs based on recent headlines:
Although these six papers merely represent a small percentage of the greater student newspaper industry, the trends are hardly isolated. Controversy is often prevalent among the ranks of journalists and the papers’ owners. Meanwhile, issues the papers face often mirror mainstream media’s own publishing woes, including the necessity to go digital. That’s not to say plenty of student papers aren’t surviving just fine in print, but across the board a digital focus seems to be key.
–Katrina M. Mendolera
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