The outgoing chief executive of News International has predicted some national newspapers will not survive in printed form as the industry confronts a decline in readership.
Tom Mockbridge told The Times he expected "some consolidation" of titles with sales dropping.
But he added that he remained an "unambiguous believer" that many printed newspapers would remain despite the shift of readers to websites.
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