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Traditional news gathering embraces digital platforms combined with print

Mar 24, 2012 | 1 Comment

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05:37 am - Wed, March 28 2012
angela.flood said:
As far as I know, Willamette Week is still a free paper. Its available all over Portland, and people enjoy reading it. The articles have credibility and when someone is being investigated by WW, they usually give in because they know the reporters there will always get to the facts. It would be interesting to know if they are considered profitable. They don't charge for their website, either. If it is, might be something to consider locally. The more a newspaper shuts people out, the more people feel shut out and go to other sources to get their information.

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