Lynne Marek, writing about an interview with Chicago Tribune Publishing CEO Jack Griffin:
Holding the paper up, he said: “I could be wrong, but I don't think that this entirely goes away. I think there's enough about it—the experience that's sufficiently different with both the advertising and the editorial. I mean, how do you do that online?” He answers his own question later: “That's really hard to do online or on a phone."
He said he expects young people, like his 20-something sons, will continue to gravitate to newspapers, even print editions. As they move into adulthood and begin to care more about settling into a community, they'll turn to a newspaper, as generations of Americans before them have, he predicts.
As Re/code points out, The Chicago Tribune's stock has lost half of its value in the last six months, and is about to enter a round of layoffs.
But yeah, print media is totally fine. Nothing to worry about here.