New York state biz journal ends 26-year print run
James Walsh of the Times Herald-Record reports that the weekly Hudson Valley Business Journal has ceased its print edition after 26 years as it moves toward a digital format.
Walsh writes, “Debbie Kwiatoski, formerly managing editor and now publisher, owns digital rights to the publication as of Monday. She said in a statement that she plans to redesign and upgrade the website over the next few weeks.
“Kwiatoski cited the cost-effectiveness of digital delivery systems, and said she expected that a daily posting of news stories, blogs and videos would attract a sufficient audience to sustain the venture.”
Read more here. In addition to Kwiatoski, the paper’s website shows three other editorial stafers. However, the story on its home page is outdated — it focuses on what would happen if the Supreme Court outlawed the health care laws.