@Tate there is another article in the USA Today from Wednesday that addresses this. Very interesting article.
It's interesting to me that this same media who touts the rich and places them on a pedestal, also hates them and now glorifies the hate by using Occupy Wall Street. As someone who was a stock trader for various insurance companies, similar to atlas international insurance, now I simply sell insurance because I couldn't live with the "it's not good enough" mantra that most brokers have on their shoulders each day. I don't totally agree with Sherman's article, but I do understand the heart from which he wrote it. It's gutsy.
I can't stand this show either. It definitely puts me in a state of depression. I seem to be the minority though, everyone I know loves the Office. A friend of mine who works for a company doing ipad application development, told me that there are several potential apps for the Office. I'm not getting any of them.
I had no idea these circulation numbers were this low. I've been in the magazine printing business for the past 15 years and I know we are struggling for readers. However, we still have our advertising business to pull us through. Newspapers don't have that big of ad business, so I'm wondering how these guys, like Boston Globe, are making it?