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Journalism professor Dan Kennedy weighed in on the Boston Globe distribution failure last week, where more than 3,000 of the 205,000 Sunday editions were not delivered. If The Globe continues to experience difficulty delivering the print edition it could become a larger issue to the organization, experts say.

“All would be forgiven if the level of service could be restored [this week] to the way it was,’’ said Dan Kennedy, a journalism professor at Northeastern University who has written extensively about the newspaper business. “But if this drags on and on, and large numbers of people cancel the print edition, it does become an existential threat. The print edition is where the money comes from.”

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