Monday, March 22, 2010

Newspapers dropping comics left and right

As newspapers panic, they continue savagely gutting everything that makes them competitive with other media. Case in point: No Jokes: Newspapers Cutting Comic Strips (ABC News). According to the report, a growing number of newspapers are reducing their comics sections -- and the Washington Times dropped its Sunday comics section altogether.

But there is hope: When Newark's Star-Ledger announced it would cut its comics section by one page, more than 1,200 readers complained -- and the paper rescinded.

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