[More] bad news for Spanish print media 
Probably one of the most dramatic print-is-dead infographics we have ever come across with. Vultures kind of make sense, but abandoned headquarters buildings? A dreadful graveyard for closed newspapers? Come on.
Nevertheless, considering the five largest newspapers in the country (El País, ABC, El Mundo, La Vanguardia, and El Periódico), it certainly points out that both ad sales and circulation are in decline (a total 51% loss). In sharp contrast, however, layoffs are sadly on the rise (a total of 6,271 since 2008).
Image: Partial screenshot of ‘Bad News for Print Media’, via Compromiso Empresarial. Select to embiggen.

[More] bad news for Spanish print media 

Probably one of the most dramatic print-is-dead infographics we have ever come across with. Vultures kind of make sense, but abandoned headquarters buildings? A dreadful graveyard for closed newspapers? Come on.

Nevertheless, considering the five largest newspapers in the country (El País, ABC, El Mundo, La Vanguardia, and El Periódico), it certainly points out that both ad sales and circulation are in decline (a total 51% loss). In sharp contrast, however, layoffs are sadly on the rise (a total of 6,271 since 2008).

Image: Partial screenshot of ‘Bad News for Print Media’, via Compromiso Empresarial. Select to embiggen.

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