A week ago, The Oregonian newspaper in Portland filed for bankruptcy protection and closed its doors.
And today, The Portland Press Herald and Oregon Live newspaper both announced they are closing their websites.
The newspaper and the new Portland-based OregonLive are the latest in a string of papers to exit the digital age.
The Oregon Tribune, The Seattle Times, The Chicago Tribune and the San Francisco Chronicle have also filed for Chapter 11 protection.
Many are in rural areas, but some are also in metropolitan areas.
What does this mean for the Oregon and OregonTimes?
It means we will no longer have an online presence in Oregon.
We will continue to have a digital presence in the Pacific Northwest.
And that will mean we will lose the ability to offer the same quality journalism that has been so successful over the past three decades.
I will continue in my role as OregonLive’s chief financial officer, and will serve as the public editor of the Oregon Tribune and Oregon Gazette.
We have been here for nearly 30 years, and I am grateful to all of our readers and readers of the Portland Press and Portland Herald, for the support they have given us over the years.
How do you plan to continue with the OregonLive brand?
We are proud of what we have accomplished.
We were the first OregonLive website to be featured on the cover of The New York Times Magazine, and the first to be named the “best website in America” by The Wall St. Journal.
But it was also the site that inspired our team of editors and photographers to pursue careers in journalism.
So as the company’s digital offerings decline, we plan to focus on expanding our print offerings, including continuing our editorial and online journalism through The Oregon Gazette and The Oregon Daily Register.
Will you continue with OregonLive?
OregonLive is an institution, and we have always maintained our focus on our readers.
Our goal is to continue to grow, and our newsroom has always focused on its readership, and that will continue with our digital offerings.
Will this affect the Oregon Times’ ability to continue publishing its current editions?
In addition to being an OregonLive business, the Oregon Daily Press is owned by The Oregon Herald and The Portland Tribune, two of the oldest newspaper publishers in the country.
But we believe that the future of the newspaper business depends on the ability of newspapers to offer news and information that resonates with their audiences.
That means keeping a print presence and continuing to grow our digital offering, including our digital newsroom and our online newsroom.
Will The Oregon Times continue to publish its OregonLive editions?
The Oregon Newspaper Association (OPA) is the governing body for Oregon newspapers and will continue on its mission of protecting the rights and interests of Oregon residents and Oregonians, including the rights to print and distribute newspapers and the right to publish the news.
I look forward to the continued support of OPA from The Oregon Public Press Association and the OPA’s board, and look forward the continued success of The Oregon Sunday Times.
What are the future plans for The Oregonia?
The future of The Orelandia and the Oregonia Newspaper Association depends on OPA, the OPEA, and its board of directors.
I have always believed that it is our duty to protect the rights of Oregonians and Oregon residents, and to make sure the newspaper continues to be a source of good journalism.
How does this affect Oregonian?
We will be able to continue our business in the state of Oregon, but our digital business will no long be able have an equal presence in our state.
The digital news business in Oregon is in its infancy.
We do have a strong digital presence throughout Oregon, including in Portland.
But the Oregon Weekly newspaper and Oregon Daily newspaper will no more exist.
OregonLive and OregonDaily will be gone, as will all of the other print publications, including newspapers, magazines, and news websites.
This will mean fewer and fewer digital platforms to be found in Oregon, and it will also mean fewer resources available to those of us who work in the newspaper industry.
How will you protect Oregon’s news?
The OPA has the right and obligation to protect Oregon residents’ rights and their privacy.
The OPE and OPA have an obligation to do this, and they will continue working together to ensure that our newspapers continue to provide good journalism to Oregonians.
We are very proud of the work our journalism team has done over the last three decades, and of the hard work that has gone into protecting the interests of our Oregon residents.
Will we still be able read the Oregon newspaper?
Yes, The Oreiana will continue its coverage of the state.
We look forward for the future to be one of Oregon’s premier newspaper brands, as we strive to serve our readership and provide good news and entertainment to our community.
We hope that you will continue supporting us in our effort to make the news and news content that is so important to the