I see that a bunch of newspapers are banding together in regional compacts to share content:
The latest iteration of the new content-sharing model brings together The Record of Hackensack, New Jersey, The Star-Ledger of Newark, the Times Union of Albany, the Buffalo News, and New York Daily News, which apparently organized the consortium.
I didn't realize it, but the WashPo and the Baltimore Sun were already doing this. Sounds like a reasonable cost cutting measure, so why am I skeptical? Well, it boils down to what I wrote here - newspapers are trying to be generalists in an era of niche specialization. I just don't know that there's a market niche available for the "we carry it all" business. Online news isn't just driving paper out of news - it's driving hyper-specialization.