The world's largest press baron is indicating he sees far enough into the future for there no longer to be a newspaper.
Rupert Murdoch suggests it's still quite some distance away, "maybe 20 years," in which ink won't be on paper. People will want news and trust the venerable brands.
Instead, "what we call newspapers today, I call 'news organisations,' journalistic enterprises, if you will. They're the source of news. And people will reach it if it's done well, whether they do it on a Blackberry or Kindle or a PC."