Another week, another message of despair from the newspaper industry.
The Associated Press reported on Wednesday that Gannett
"While advertising is showing some signs of picking up, the economic outlook for 2010 remains weak and the decline in travel has contributed to a recent drop in circulation," USA Today's executive editor, John Hillkirk, told employees in a memo.
Of course, Gannett's not alone. New York Times
What more can Gannett and its competitors do? Can they pull themselves out of their doldrums, or has that ship sailed? Weigh in with your thoughts via the comments box below.