It's an uncertain time for the newspaper business. Revenues and newsrooms are shrinking – as the digital revolution expands. The Charlotte Observer has certainly undergone a lot of change. It had a full-time newsroom staff of about 260 just over a decade ago. Now, it’s near 60. Sherry Chisenhall took over this month as the new executive editor of the Observer.
"Today, we have to be smarter than ever about what we spend our time doing," Chisenhall says.
She spoke with WFAE's Marshall Terry about the mission of the Observer, the changes it's undergone, and the future of the paper.