They're still selling papers
Magazines and newspapers can be saved at home for months and years, while the Internet melts away immediately. You heard, you read, you forgot. Not to mention that it also spreads viruses.
This week, with the smell of the newspaper crisis in the air, I typed the following question in on Google in English: "Is the print media in danger of extinction?" To my surprise, within a few seconds I received over 60 million links. This fact not only made the Encyclopedia Britannica superfluous, it made the whole print media superfluous.