RIO RANCHO, N.M. — Ever since the birth of the World Wide Web, the newspaper business has been in a state of flux.
At first glance, the changes to our industry seemed small, but as time has moved on, it seems the rumors that our industry was on its way out have piled up. The newspaper business is now facing an avalanche of issues, and the Observer understands that hiding from the facts is dubious.
In light of the changes we all face in our industry, we have taken a proactive stance on how we can best serve you, the reader.
Based on responses on our Facebook page, we understand many people get the bulk of their news from the internet via cell phone or computer. We also understand there is a generational divide when it comes to the importance of a hard-copy newspaper.