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August 23, 2017

New Yorkers Mourn End of an Era as Village Voice Ceases Print Edition

The 62-year-old Village Voice, New York City's foremost alternative weekly news publication, has announced that it will move from print publication to an online-only model. The Voice has recently faced budget cuts and layoffs, issues that have affected both major and independent newspapers as readers move away from purchasing print papers and toward online-only consumption.

Domonske, C. (2017). New Yorkers Mourn End of an Era as Village Voice Ceases Print Edition. "NPR." Retrieved from

Related story: Generations of Village Voice Writers Reflect on the Paper Leaving the Honor Boxes

O'Neil, L. (2017). Generations of Village Voice Writers Reflect on the Paper Leaving the Honor Boxes. "Esquire Magazine." Retrieved from

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