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Do Newspapers Matter?: Short-Run and Long-Run Evidence from the Closure of The Cincinnati Post
Do Newspapers Matter?: Short-Run and Long-Run Evidence from the Closure of The Cincinnati Post
 
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By Sam Schulhofer-Wohl (au); Miguel Garrido (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 31
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-4942-8

Product Code: 1457849429

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The Cincinnati Post published its last edition on New Years Eve 2007, leaving the Cincinnati Enquirer as the only daily newspaper in the market. The next year, fewer candidates ran for municipal office in the Kentucky suburbs most reliant on the Post, incumbents became more likely to win re-election, and voter turnout and campaign spending fell. These changes happened even though the Enquirer at least temporarily increased its coverage of the Posts former strongholds. Voter turnout remained depressed through 2010, nearly three years after the Post closed, but the other effects diminished with time. Although their findings are statistically imprecise, the authors suggest that newspapers even underdogs such as the Post, which had a circulation of just 27,000 when it closed can have a substantial and measurable impact on public life. Tables. This is a print on demand report.

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