The Power of Print

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A worthy competitor of this magazine, SmartMoney, is ceasing print publication this month, and I, for one, am not gloating. Why? Because the intractable problems that put it under—falling advertising and subscription revenues—are plaguing many excellent magazines these days, including this one.

My colleagues and I try each month to help you manage your personal finances. Now I’m asking you to help us keep doing this, by sharing your thoughts about the state of print publishing today. Here are some things to think about:

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Knight Kiplinger
Editor Emeritus, Kiplinger

Knight came to Kiplinger in 1983, after 13 years in daily newspaper journalism, the last six as Washington bureau chief of the Ottaway Newspapers division of Dow Jones. A frequent speaker before business audiences, he has appeared on NPR, CNN, Fox and CNBC, among other networks. Knight contributes to the weekly Kiplinger Letter.