News curator James Karst, background left, director of print Terry Baquet, center, and production systems manager Stephen Barrouquere, bottom left, work amongst hanging prototypes of the New Orleans Times-Picayune's upcoming three-day-a-week newspaper at the paper's offices in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. As The Times-Picayune scales back its print edition to three days a week, the Baton Rouge newspaper is starting its own daily edition to try to fill the void. The move by The Advocate sets up an old-fashioned newspaper competition, even as more and more people get their news online and from cellphones. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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News curator James Karst, background left, director of print Terry Baquet, center, and production systems manager Stephen Barrouquere, bottom left, work amongst hanging prototypes of the New Orleans Times-Picayune's upcoming three-day-a-week newspaper at the paper's offices in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012.  As The Times-Picayune scales back its print edition to three days a week, the Baton Rouge newspaper is starting its own daily edition to try to fill the void. The move by The Advocate sets up an old-fashioned newspaper competition, even as more and more people get their news online and from cellphones. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
News curator James Karst, background left, director of print Terry Baquet, center, and production systems manager Stephen Barrouquere, bottom left, work amongst hanging prototypes of the New Orleans Times-Picayune's upcoming three-day-a-week newspaper at the paper's offices in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. As The Times-Picayune scales back its print edition to three days a week, the Baton Rouge newspaper is starting its own daily edition to try to fill the void. The move by The Advocate sets up an old-fashioned newspaper competition, even as more and more people get their news online and from cellphones. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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