At the end of October venerable publication The Christian Science Monitor dropped its century long tradition of daily publications to move nearly completely online.
A few years ago, I attended a marketing course that was also attended by a large contingent of Clarke American managers who were trying to find a way to save their dying check printing business. They wouldn’t accept that their entire industry was dying. At least not in it’s present form.
Now they no longer exist. Not as Clarke American anyway.
But it looks like the The Christian Science Monitor will.