The rise of digital was supposed to mean the death of things like printed books, vinyl records and brick and mortar stores. But recently, the market for analog goods and ideas has actually increased. The revenge of analog.
Twenty-five years ago Al Neuharth introduced the world to USA Today. His new and different newspaper is now the most read paper in the country. He talks about why the nation need a new newspaper, and what’s next for USA Today.
- Al Neuharth founder and senior advisor of the Freedom Forum. He is the former Chairman and C.E.O. of Gannett Company and the author of eight books, including his autobiography 'Confessions of an S.O.B.' He writes a weekly column for USA Today titled 'Plain Talk.'
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