“INM must scrap printing in favour of uploading,” argues the media commentator Roy Greenslade.
“It will save trees, save ink, wipe out all production costs and eliminate the expense of distribution. It will enable INM to prune its marketing budget. In so doing, the paper will take a giant step into the digital age.”
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