An insider, Nick Bilton, an editor in The New York Times research and development lab, tells Wired how he believes The Times will survive:
"In-depth reporting can get a second life being re-packaged as a standalone e-book. Stories can be made to work with networked televisions, letting people see video interviews, high-res pictures, map views and timelines. They could even read excerpts from or even buy books written by experts quoted in a story.
"Paper is dying, but it's just a device. Replacing it with pixels is a better experience."