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07.06.2013

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The death of newspapers? MP3

Fairfax media's announcement this week that it would start charging for some of its digital content has created more pessimism about the future of newspapers. One expert believes the Australian print media is in a dire state and physical newspapers will be made redundant in just a few years. Source: abc.net.au

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