Some say the newspaper business is dying.

While it might not be dead yet, it has seen a lot of changes over the last decade. Readership and subscription numbers are certainly dropping. Newspapers are scrambling to make changes to remain relevant for the "I want it now" generation.

One change The Press of Atlantic City is apparently making is moving their printing operation from Pleasantville to Freehold.

While there doesn't appear to be a news release from the paper, several tweets on Twitter over the weekend, revealed that the paper was, in fact, moving it's printing operation. (Twitter: #acpress.) Several tweets seemed to point to the fact that some of the paper's employees are losing their jobs due to the move.