Nationally, newspaper readership is way down, but we talk with four New Hampshire publishers about how they're adapting and thriving. We also examine new research on the impact of when a local paper goes away: with no journalistic oversight, taxes often go up and incumbent politicians face less competition.
- Maggie Cassidy - Editor of the Valley News, a daily newspaper and website serving the Upper Valley, where she was previously the web editor.
- Mark Guerringue - Co-founder of the Conway Daily Sun, the Laconia Daily Sun, and the Berlin Daily Sun, and publisher of the Conway and Berlin Daily Suns.
- Charlie Jordan - Editor of the Colebrook Chronicle, a free weekly serving the Upper Connecticut River Valley, which also produces a weekly video newscast.
- Nancy West - Publisher of InDepthNH.org, a nonprofit watchdog news website published by the New Hampshire Center for Public Interest Journalism.