1. Transitioning

    Report: ‘Guardian’ to End Print Edition

    LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 12:  A general view of the Guardian and Observer newspaper's office, situated near King's Cross on December 12, 2011 in London, England. The Guardian has lead press coverage of the phone hacking story. The Leveson inquiry is being lead by Lord Justice Leveson and is looking into the culture, practice and ethics of the press in the United Kingdom. The inquiry, which will take evidence from interested parties and may take a year or more to complete, comes in the wake of the phone hacking scandal that saw the closure of The News of The World newspaper.  (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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    The Daily Telegraph reports that the publisher of The Guardian and The Observer is “seriously discussing” ending the newspapers' print editions and moving entirely online. Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger apparently wants to continue developing the digital-only U.S. edition before getting rid of the print edition. But trustees of the Scott Trust, which owns the newspapers, are reportedly worried that there is not enough cash on hand to keep printing the newspapers. The Guardian disputes the report, posting, “At some point the economics may work out in favor of going digital only. At present, that just isn’t the case.”

    Read it at The Telegraph