A political cartoonist from Cambridge says he's worried the industry could die as more papers move to the web.
Andy Davey's drawn for the likes of The Sun and Private Eye during his career.
He's concerned the shift to online could spell bad news for the future of his profession.
"You read the whole newspaper and come across, traditionally at least, an image amidst a page of type," he told ITV News Anglia.
"Your eyes are drawn to that image because it's strong.
"You have to go and search for a cartoon on a newspaper website, whereas you would be confronted with it in a traditional print newspaper."