In recent months city newspapers have been tanking left and right.
It seems like the biggest publications are barely hanging on in these times of economic uncertainty, and some of them are just plain going broke.
In fact, I have read several stories from some of the larger news organizations about the dismal hope of future monetary gains for newsprint even after the current recession is over.
On any given day I can see thousands of students on The University of Tennessee campus 'plugged in' to headphones and iPods and cell phones.
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