First We Take Manhattan … The Independent’s American Dream

For three decades, the Independent was a plucky underdog battling Fleet Street’s powerful press barons. Now it’s trying to carve out a space in an even more competitive market: New York.

The British publisher’s decision to shut down its ailing print edition in March was a pivotal moment in the history of the newspaper industry. Rivals around the world are watching closely to see if the Independent can prove there’s a sustainable commercial future for general interest newspapers when the printing presses stop rolling.

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