The Who Needs Newspapers reporters have conducted several "bonus" interviews with professionals in the newspaper industry who are not directly associated with the newspapers covered in this report.

To view these bonus interviews, click on the photos at the left.

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Literary Ashland with Sara Brown and Paul Steinle

Sara Brown and Paul Steinle were interviewed on KSKQ’s:“Literary Ashland” on November, 27, 2015, about their latest book: “Practicing Journalism: The Power and Purpose of the Fourth Estate.”

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“The Transformational Newspaper” – The status of newspapers in 2010-11.

A presentation from the Newspaper and Online News Division, and the Media Management and Economics Division, AEJMC, annual meeting, St. Louis, Mo.; August 13, 2011.

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Joel Kramer

Editor & CEO,

The story of a pioneer, on-line non-profit community news service.

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Tom Rosenstiel

Director, Project for Excellence in Journalism

Why citizens’ stake in the survival of newspapers is “significant.”.

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Ken Doctor

Author: “Newsonomics: Twelve New Trends That Will Shape the News You Get”

“Newsonomics” author describes hurdles for sustainable journalism.

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Rick Edmonds

Media Business Analyst & Leader of News Transformation, Poynter Institute

Newspaper Industry Perspectives 2011.

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Philip Meyer

Professor emeritas, University of North Carolina. Author: “The Vanishing Newspaper”

The Vanishing Newspaper.

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Randy Bennett

Sr. V.P. Business Development, Newspaper Association of America

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Al Cross

Director, Institute for Rural Journalism & Community Issues, Univ. of Kentucky

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Brian Steffens

Former Executive Director, National Newspaper Association