Well...they're still publishing dailies and selling them in the coin machines...for now. But the installation of a new era is reshaping the newspaper business, too. Here's a sampling of recent print media maneuvers from around the Great Lakes region:
Chicago Tribune declares backruptcy.
Minneapolis Star Tribune buying out staff, including potentially two high profile columists.
Detroit News and Free Press abandon home delivery.
Battle Creek Enquirer eliminates 50 positions - approximately half the staff.
Green Bay Press Gazette cuts 22 jobs.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (NY) lays of 34; 14 others voluntarily resign.
St. Cloud Times chops 23.
Buyouts and consolidation at the Bay City Times, Muskegon Chronicle, Saginaw News, Jackson Citizen Patriot, Kalamazoo Gazette, Grand Rapids Press, Ann Arbor News and Flint Journal.