Daily newspapers are still alive. The tradition of a newspaper dropping on the doormat every morning hasn't disappeared now that the news spreads quicker via the internet. A BMX newspaper existed in the early '80s. It came out every week. That shows how big BMX was in the early stages when everyone and their cousin had a BMX bike. The British pubication called BMX Weekly (we still have a coupe) turned into BMX Bi-Weekly soon after and then disappeared altogether when BMX magazines came to life. Seeing a BMX newspaper 43 years later came as a bit of a surprise. It's not going to be daily, weekly, or bi-weekly, it's more of a 1-off published by the folks at DIG and focused on the Glasgow area. It came out during the week of the UCI Cycling World Championships in August but I only got to read the entire paper on the way back from Chile a few weeks ago.
How cool would it be to have a BMX Newspaper dropping on the floor every morning. One that has good interviews, the results of the BMX races and competitions, an activity list, how-to's, new product reviews, a calendar, industry section, kids corner, and spot checks. It would take a lot of effort to get it done. That's why current newspaper subscriptions aren't free either. To fill the paper on a daily basis, just imagine how much work goes into that.