How One College Newspaper Talked to Its Audience, Eliminated Print, and Forges on With a New Digital Mission

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A small group of students gathered in The Sacramento Bee pressroom on April 24 to witness The State Hornet, which this year celebrates its 70th anniversary as the student-run news organization of Sacramento State, end its print era and shift wholly to a digital operation.

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  • August 16, 2019 at 9:37 am
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    That’s pretty easy when you don’t have to pay salaries. This paper, even before only digital, couldn’t afford even one person’s salary. After print? Even less. So while it seems grand, how would you propose paying for 20 employees of a newspaper? Or 3? Get rid of everyone but one person and then have that person get a job to provide a living for him/her self?

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