From Time Magazine's list of The 10 Most Endangered Newspapers in America:
3. The Miami Herald, which has a daily circulation of about 220,000. It is owned by McClatchy, a publicly traded company that could be the next chain to file for Chapter 11. The Herald has been on the market since December, but no serious bidders have emerged. Newspaper advertising has been especially hard-hit in Florida because of the tremendous loss in real estate advertising. The online version of the paper is already well read in the Miami area, Latin America and the Caribbean. The Herald has strong competition north of it, in Fort Lauderdale. There is a very small chance it could merge with the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, but it is more likely that the Herald will go online-only with two editions, one for English-language readers and one for Spanish.Yes, the Herald will finally come the conclusion that any outside observer would have made a long time ago, that their business lies in the "news" part of newspaper, not the "paper" part. Getting rid of the dead tree version will allow the Herald to focus on its core business which is providing news content to readers and advertising opportunities to clients.