Prototypes of the future three-day-a-week New Orleans Times-Picayune are seen taped to a door in a workroom in their news offices in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. As The Times-Picayune in New Orleans 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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Prototypes of the future three-day-a-week  New Orleans Times-Picayune are seen taped to a door in a workroom in their news offices in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012.  As The Times-Picayune in New Orleans 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)
Prototypes of the future three-day-a-week New Orleans Times-Picayune are seen taped to a door in a workroom in their news offices in New Orleans, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. As The Times-Picayune in New Orleans 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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