USA Today’s editor says its print edition could end as soon as 5 years from now

You might have heard: USA Today is trying to transform itself from a struggling newspaper into a thriving digital enterprise

But did you know: USA Today’s editor in chief David Callaway says its traditional print edition could end in “five or six years,” but a print product of some kind would likely continue. Despite his prediction on the future of print, Callaway says that the print newspaper remains a lucrative product for USA Today.

+ As the Gannett spin-off continues, Callaway says: “It’s a transition, which is not always fun, but it’s exciting, and I’m having a good time, so I’m staying” (Capital New York)