Even though it looks like print media is dying, it still has a pulse. The smaller newspapers are really having trouble adjusting to the internet world, but the larger papers are making the transition somewhat seamlessly. The only problem that I am seeing is that the smaller papers are getting the most word of mouth because nobody pays attention to the survivors unless they are doing something wrong. What needs to be done is to study a company like the New York Times, who has spent the last ten to fifteen years working on their webpage, making it a viable money maker. At first it was free, then you had to subscribe, but now there is both on the page. Basic service includes major stories, and the career pages are free, whereas they do have a service for less than $5 per week, you can subscribe to the complete daily paper that "Reads Like The Real Thing".