Friday, 5 November 2010


Every Friday I just have to buy 2 newspapers, mainly because of these two magazines.
D2 is the weekly magazine from http://www.dn.no and A-magasinet is together with http://www.aftenposten.no
We still have the biggest local newspaper delivered at home, but I have to admit that I also read much of the news on internet these days.
Many Norwegian newspapers are struggling. Is it the same where you are?

6 comments:

"All things French" said...

Yes I agree ~ in my city most people catch up on news etc via the internet or tv. The only newspaper I buy is the "Sundat Mail" and that's because I love the crossword in the tv guide!!

Leif Hagen said...

Our morning newspaper delivery person does a miserable job of throwing it up to our front door! For that reason alone, I wish Anne would just cancel our St. Paul Pioneer Press!

VP said...

For what I know most of our newspapers couldn't survive without state contributions. I think we can easily do without a few of them...
Anyway, in my opinion, othing beats the Internet now.

JM said...

We are having too many struggling business now, situation is becoming chaotic these days, but I haven't heard about newspapers so far...

Aigars said...

Absolutely - I hope everything goes to internet and more user generated content,

PFL0W said...

yes, it's the same here--in the middle of ths US (Kansas City, Missouri). Our one newspaper is shrinking and shrinking. When we lose it one day, it will be very unfortunate because we'll lose the good and important reporting on our government, first. Second, we'll lose the "communal" quality of all of us getting our news and so, subjects and conversations from the same source. Finally, when people read on the 'net, they usually only read opinions that agree with their own, instead of reaching out for opposing views.

It won't be good when the paper shuts down one day.

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