The American Press Institute convened a closed meeting this week of newspaper executives to review their challenges, share some ideas and plot the future. The meeting was criticized for not being transparent, but having been at enough of these over the years, you're not going to get executives to be candid if they're being streamed live.
The institute has today presented a reasonable fascimile of what was presented, with participants' names striken and only alluded to., but with a fair amount of understanding of information presented to the gathering.
The upshot: No crisis in audience, but in revenue. The next step: Another confab in six months.