Will the daily paper be missed when it's gone?

Mark Potts thinks about the day when a major American city sees the end of its sole remaining metro daily newspaper:

"Indeed, a year or two after the Bugle's demise left a seemingly enormous hole in the city's media landscape, that hole will essentially be gone. It will be filled by thriving, competitive media that already exist and a few new outlets that spring up in the wake of the newspaper's closing. The Whoville media ecosystem will prove to be self-repairing, much more quickly than a lot of people would expect."