Ex-Knight Ridder exec's report says U.S. newspapers face $20B revenue decline by 2010

http://www.outsellinc.com/outsell/press%20room/pr_release/pr2006081406_01.htm In a $495-a-copy report <a href="http://content.outsellinc.com/coms2/summary_0245-3382_ITM"> written for the research firm Outsell</a>, former Knight Ridder executive Ken Doctor predicts that the U.S. newspaper industry will find itself with an accumulated revenue decline of $20 billion by the year 2010, with circulation down nearly 20% from 2004 levels. Doctor writes: "�Print newspaper holdings may well survive only as part of more diversified media companies or in the hands of private or semi-private owners who are willing to take far less profit than has been the standard.�