Though the screen’s still just black-and-white, and shows newspaper photographs in grayscale, some see it as a boost for a floundering newspaper industry. Customers can have their favorite newspapers “delivered” every morning to the device, sometimes for less money than a traditional subscription thumped onto their porch.
The Kindle version of a newspaper has no ads, which appeals to readers. Amazon splits revenue from the subscription with the media company that produces the newspaper.
So it’s not always all about “small.”