Newspapers Are Dying? This Digital Media Veteran Launched One Anyway.

From a Washington Post story by media columnist Margaret Sullivan headlined “Newspapers are dying? This digital media veteran launched one anyway.”:

It wasn’t even a decade ago that Susan Clark was in charge of the Economist magazine’s digital operation around the world.

This was a forward-looking role that seemingly placed her within journalism’s vanguard at the time — championing media’s online future, at an organization well-placed to tap into a lucrative global audience.

In other words, Clark was basically one of the last people you’d expect to launch a small-town print newspaper in 2022.