As PR practitioners, we rely on newspapers to get our stories out and in the public. But what happens when the company that produces some pretty big newspapers files for bankruptcy? Well, this is exactly what's happening here in Philadelphia. Philadelphia Media Holdings, LLC owns the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, two of the largest newspapers in the city, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
In a modern world with dwindling resources, we have to come up with other ways to get our news out. The Inquirer and Daily News aren't stopping production any time in the near future, but could this be the first step in technology taking over everything in our world?
What do you think?