The journalism business itself came under scrutiny from CBS' Anthony Mason. As the print circulation of newspapers declines, ownership is changing hands. Already public relations executive Brian Tierney has taken over Philadelphia's two daily titles, and local bigshots are gearing up to buy The Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. Mason cited predictions that by 2043 no one would read print editions of newspapers. He cited no predictions about any upside potential online.
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