Looks like I'm not the only one still betting a little money on print.
The Toronto newspaper named the "Globe and Mail" is making a $2 billion investment in a new press. Yep, that's billion with a "b".
Here's two different links in case you get hit with a pay wall at the first link.
Globe and Mail Uses Old Weapons in Press War
Canadian Newspaper Makes $2 Billion, 18 Year Commitment To Print
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Stan Mitchell is the founder and owner of The Oak Ridge Observer. He started the paper in 2004 with a $20,000 loan and writes generally on his blog about business practices, politics and local matters.