Europe's Newspapers Are Dying Too

Columbia Journalism Review,

Dailies across the European Union have been hit by an ailing economy and the movement toward digital, with an unprecedented number of journalists being laid off. In economically stable Germany, the Financial Times Deutschland published its last edition and Frankfurter Rundschau announced its insolvency, the news agency dapd declared bankruptcy and scores of paper have shed jobs. Circulation in Europe has fallen about 5.5 percent since 2008, and the drop has been more severe in Hungary, Poland, Italy, Spain, and Greece.

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