[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)[CNN’s ireport has posed an interesting question](http://www.ireport.com/ir-topic-stories.jspa?topicId=231111)
> Faced with declining readership and a worsening economy, many newspapers are grappling with whether to stop the presses. Denver’s Rocky Mountain News recently closed its doors, while the Seattle Post-Intelligencer is moving to an online-only format. > > How does this affect you? Do you read the newspaper every morning over coffee, or do you catch up on the news online? Is your local newspaper still around? > > Put your thoughts about the newspaper industry on video and share your daily news routine. Your stories could be featured on CNN.
The views sum up the general debate. Here are a few that have made it on CNN
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