What’s wrong with Australian newspapers?
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18 March 2017
Australia’s daily-newspaper sector is in trouble. Dwindling sales and little interest in digital subscriptions are leading to cost-cutting measures across the board. Our Melbourne correspondent assesses the options. Plus: advice for print retailers from Nottingham’s Ideas on Paper.
18 March 2017
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