Legacy media is in trouble. Over the last ten years, ad revenue abandoned newspapers and magazines. Hedge funds and private equity firms bought up newspapers and, with their unrelenting focus on the bottom line, cut newsroom staff even further. Many newspapers found they could no longer cover their communities. Despite some hopeful push-back from journalists themselves (at theDenver Post journalists are fighting backagainst their owners), the future is not bright. Print revenue is expected to continue to decline with years of more losses.