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Print Media Deathwatch? 

A new blog focuses onAÿthe state of Richmond news media. Tell us what you think.

Greg Weatherford, a former editor of Style Weekly who's worked at about 10 local news outlets throughout his career, has launched a blog.

He calls it a "spot to watch the carnage in Richmond print media." Sunny, eh?

In case you're keeping track, within a span of five weeks, three local print pubs have undergone Web re-launches. There's the site you're reading now, StyleWeekly.com.AÿLast week, theAÿ RichmondAÿTimes-Dispatch and its sister site, inrich.com, launchedAÿnew online efforts. And the monthly Richmond magazine was set to launch its site today. We'd love to hear how you think things are going.

And while you're at it,Aÿwhat do you think of Richmond's print media? What does the future hold? How about TV and radio? Comment below.


Click to readAÿGreg Weatherford'sAÿblog, "Blood in the Water."

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