We are no longer a newspaper company.

Jim Kirk, Editor-in-chief, Chicago Sun-Times Media Holdings, in a memo to staff. Crains. Sun-Times shuffles newsroom, stresses digital moves.

The ever important pivot that every traditional newspaper publisher is realizing: “We are a technology company that happens to publish a newspaper. We deliver content. And we will deliver content on many platforms and in ways that we haven’t yet fully considered.”

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