News out of Portland that The Oregonian will be reducing the number of home delivery days (from seven to three), while beefing up its Internet news format was sad, but not surprising. That paper’s parent company, Advance Publications Inc., has made similar moves in New Orleans and elsewhere, with mixed results. The company theory is that more and more people are using digital tools to consume news and information and that there isn’t much future in print. Some of that’s true. But I’ll get to the flip side in a minute. The Oregonian’s publisher, N. Christian Anderson, used a quote …
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