Why the demise of the News?

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Kamloops Daily News building (Google streetview)
The demise of the Kamloops Daily News was apparently all about money.

The local publisher said the paper's demise was unavoidable because of its financial situation.

Marc Edge guest wonders about that.

He has written three books on the newspaper business in Canada.

He's currently the Faculty Scholar in Journalism at Fresno State University.
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