College Newspapers Get Creative to Survive Economic Challenges

November 6th, 2013

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While college newspapers survived the economic downturn by making cuts in circulation, editions, and even staff, now many have have turned to increasingly creative means to grow the bottom line. Fundraising, student fees, unique content partnerships and digital media integration aim to keep student journalism afloat.

The New York Times takes a look at how several publications are managing in a challenging marketplace.

(Photo credit: Greg Kahn for The New York Times)

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