Fairfax Media, the only serious news print competitor to News Limited, has all but thrown in the towel to the online juggernaut, announcing a massive restructuring. In addition to cutting nearly 2000 jobs - many of them journalists - the two flagship broadsheet publications SMH and The Age will be reduced to tabloids and have digital paywalls introduced.
An Australian travel website is super excited about Fairfax Media's new iPad apps for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, because they've been able to lay out their content in a friendlier iPad app style - wOOt?
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