The printed word still has much to say in the internet age
Listening to the radio the other day, I heard the publishers of the Daily Telegraph, a right-of-centre daily newspaper, defend the time and money they are devoting to the promotion of their new online efforts, which come to the readers of the paper via a new office in Victoria and features sound and video clips as well as the more orthodox written word.
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