Christian Science Monitor goes web
It starts at the niche
The 100 year old, and Pulitzer prize winning Christian Science Monitor will no longer be a daily newspaper in 2009. It’s enhancing web production and will publish a weekly digest instead.
The paper is funded by the church, but loses nearly $20m a year. It’s definitely a niche publication, I doubt many outside the states who are not in journalism have heard of it. But I can guarantee more mainstream publishing peers will be closely watching how it handles the transition.