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Internet hasn't killed off newspapers yet

Internet hasn't killed off newspapers yet

Most people catch up by the Internet, but newspapers are still clinging to life.

The Pew Research Center Journalism Project says print is treading water, while TV news has gotten a bit stronger. But getting news online continues to grow.

Digital news sites are gaining ground, Pew said. Yahoo has beefed up its news coverage, while Mashable hired a former New York Times executive, and eBay founder Pierre Omidyar announced that his digital startup, First Look Media, would be led by Glenn Greenwald, who first wrote about the NSA's surveillance practices based on papers whistleblower Ed Snowden leaked.

See more about this report at TechNewsWorld here.

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