Nope. The solution is simple: Newspapers need to sell and publish their own ads again, like they did with the paper versions. Their advertising revenue will come back, and they'll be fine. I know that we stopped advertising in our local newspapers because we know that most people won't see the ads, and those that do are the ones too dumb to use ad blockers, so they're not people we want as customers, anyway. Newspapers need to hire back their ad salespeople, and publish their own ads on their own sites. The model works fine, but the publishers broke it when they got too greedy, and thought they could replace their advertising departments with Doubleclick.