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Amber Waves of Change: Rural Newspapers (Part 3)

Many small towns are struggling against a steady wave of declining population. Among the many victims of dwindling populations in small towns is the local newspaper. In part three of our series, "Amber Waves of Change," University of Kansas Journalism Professor David Guth takes a look at the challenges facing rural publishers.

(This story is part three in a four-part series titled, "Amber Waves of Change," about issues facing rural America.)

University of Kansas Journalism Professor David Guth is also a commentator for Kansas Public Radio. He's authored a special series of commentaries on KPR called "Amber Waves of Change."