Dwindling Newspaper Sales Echo Through Economy

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Freshly printed copies of the San Francisco Chronicle roll off the... Nieuwsfoto'sBedrijfsleven,Californië,Communicatie,De media,Economie,Internet,Journalisme,Kiosk,Koopwaar,Krant,Krantenkiosk,Lettertype,Publicatie,San Francisco - Californië,Speelveld,Straatverkoper,Verenigde Staten,VerkoopberoepPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2007 Getty ImagesSAN FRANCISCO - SEPTEMBER 20: Freshly printed copies of the San Francisco Chronicle roll off the printing press at one of the Chronicle's printing facilities September 20, 2007 in San Francisco, California. Newspaper sales in the U.S. continue to slide as people turn to the internet and television for their news. The Chronicle saw its circulation plunge more than 15 percent in 2006 to 398,000 during the week which has hurt newspaper vendor Rick Gaub's business. Unable to sell as many papers as he used to, Gaub is looking for a new way to earn money after selling papers for 42 years. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)