Marketplace Report: Newspaper Woes Many major newspapers are experiencing large drops in circulation, with the most serious declines coming at the Los Angeles Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Boston Globe.
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Marketplace Report: Newspaper Woes

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Marketplace Report: Newspaper Woes

Marketplace Report: Newspaper Woes

Marketplace Report: Newspaper Woes

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Many major newspapers are experiencing large drops in circulation, with the most serious declines coming at the Los Angeles Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Boston Globe. Steve Tripoli of Marketplace and Madeleine Brand discuss the industry's troubles.