Amber Waves of Change: Rural Newspapers (Part 3)

Apr 7, 2015

A summer sunset silhouette of the Scott City, Kan., water tower.
Credit (Photo by David Guth) / Kansas Public Radio

The struggle to survive for small town local media is in direct correlation to the dwindling population.

In the third installment of the four part series on issues facing rural America, from Kansas Public Radio, Professor David Guth addresses the apparent, imminent demise of rural newspapers. As well as what challenges rural publishers are facing, where the decline of subscribers and advertisers is equal to a slow march towards demise.