Madison Paper Kills Print Edition Madison, Wisconsin's afternoon newspaper, The Capital Times, has stopped printing after 90 years. But the newsroom isn't closing. Instead, it's taken the daily news operation entirely online.
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Madison Paper Kills Print Edition

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Madison, Wisconsin's afternoon newspaper, The Capital Times, has stopped printing after 90 years. But the newsroom isn't closing. Instead, it's taken the daily news operation entirely online. Alex Chadwick talks with editor Paul Fanlund about the decision and the changing role of printed newspapers.