The final edition of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which is done printing after a 146-year run. The newspaper will now be reborn online.
Commentary & Coverage
Jack Shafer, Slate – What the online P-I might become
Newsosaur – Free advice for the new online P-I
Wall Street Journal – A new laboratory for a Web-only edition
Media Daily News – Meet George Kliavkoff, the man who will lead Hearst’s digital expansion
Seattle’s online Crosscut: – What if a newspaper failed and nobody cared?
From the Final Edition
Top story: One era ends and another begins
Vide0: Staff on P-I memories
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