The Albuquerque Journal's ever diminishing content and ever increasing right wing view of the world can not be offset by doing their editorial cartoons in color. That is the only big change I see in that poorly edited paper, except for occasionally insightful and entertaining columns by Winthrop(corrected) Quigley and Leslie Lithicum.
Will the Journal be around for long? Probably, but in a radically altered state perhaps. One might see them dropping their Saturday and Monday editions, or even more. It might be the only way they can save themselves. It might help if they gave less of a neocon view of the world on their editorial pages.
I really want to see professional journalism exist in widely read digital and paper formats. I don't want to have to rely on social media for my information. And perish the thought that the only news we get would be the sex story of the day on TV News and a run down of the police blotter and five security camera videos of the day.