Last week, The Seattle Post Intelligencer wrote its own obituary,printing its last newspaper after 148 years.
Last month, Denver's Rocky Mountain News did the same.
What about the Oregonian?
This week, the paper announced paycuts, furloughs, and layoffs to help cut expenses.
This week on "Straight Talk", hear from the Oregonian's Executive Editor, Peter Bhatia about the paper's future.
The Dean of the U of O's School of Journalism, Tim Gleason, will weigh in on how the economic conditions facing newspapers is affecting future journalists.
And political cartoonist, Jack Ohman, will tell us how he's trying to make the transition to the web.
If you have questions for our guests, leave your comments here and join us Saturday night at 7pm for "Straight Talk".
Will your newspaper always be there each morning on your doorstep?
Let's keep talking.