Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Orlando Sentinel Digital Edition
to Replace Paper in Newsroom

On March 31, the Orlando Sentinel launches a digital edition and "as a result, the paper will no longer be available in physical form at the Sentinel offices," says a memo. "The decision to begin offering a digital edition was made in an effort to cut costs while expanding our digital product selection to our customers. In addition, there are significant financial benefits to the Sentinel, including increased ABC-audited circulation, lowered printing and distribution costs, and reduced future archival costs." [Romenesko]

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