Local newspapers have been losing their readerships, but a new local news network has the potential to change the way they do business.
The Kentucky Newspapers Group (KGN), which aims to be the largest independent newspaper in the state, has been trying to attract a larger audience since it was founded in 2014.
Its aim is to build a network of independent newspapers that are independent of the large publishers and traditional newspapers.
The group has been expanding its network of local news outlets, but has faced some hurdles.
It has been struggling to attract readers in the face of competition from national and international publications.KGN, which owns local newspapers in Louisville, Lexington, Chattanooga, Lexington and Lexington, has also been struggling financially.
Its circulation has fallen to under 40,000 readers a year, which is below the state average.
It reported a $6.3 million loss for the last three months of this year.
Kentucky has been on a nationwide trend of declining readership in the past year, and the Kentucky Daily News is now the third-largest daily newspaper in Kentucky.
The Lexington Herald-Leader has seen a similar decline in circulation.
In the first nine months of 2017, the paper had an audience of 2,921, but only 1,737 people had a subscription.
Kentuckians are still buying newspapers, but they aren’t as likely to do so because of the high cost of print media.
In 2016, the cost of paper for the average household was $1,958.
The cost of a single copy of a newspaper was $2,854.
Kentucks local newspapers have faced a similar issue.
In 2016, KGN lost more than $1 million in revenue from print.
Kentus newspaper circulation fell from 1,837,500 to 1,776,500 in the first half of 2017.
That’s down more than 30 percent from the first three months, when KGN had about 2,400,000 circulation.
Kgn said it expects to see a decline in subscribers and subscriptions in the future, but the news organization has a plan to make up for it.
The group will make the switch to digital media to compete with the competition.
It said it will start charging a monthly subscription fee of $6 for a full year of KGN.
It will offer a daily newspaper subscription for $3.50.
The new model will allow readers to subscribe to the newspaper for $6 a month.
Kentuminds plan also includes a digital subscription service called KGN News, which will allow subscribers to receive news and current events delivered to their desktop, tablet or smartphone.
Kentugans weekly paper, The Courier-Journal, will also continue to operate under its current name.
It is now called The Courier.
The newspaper is owned by The Kentucky Courier Group, which also owns The Lexington Herald Leader.
The Courier-Editor said it is working on a digital-only subscription service that it expects will be ready by the end of the year.
The Courier Journal, which has a circulation of about 400,000, said it plans to launch a digital service in early 2018.