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Despite its name, the Monitor does not claim to be a religious-themed paper, and says it does not promote the doctrine of its patron church.However, at its founder Eddy's request, a daily religious article has appeared in every issue of the Monitor.Partially in response to declining circulation and the struggle to earn a profit, the church's directors and the manager of the Christian Science Publishing Society were purportedly forced to plan cutbacks and closures (later denied), which led in 1989 to the mass protest resignations by its chief editor Kay Fanning (an ASNE president and former editor of the Anchorage Daily News), managing editor David Anable, associate editor David Winder, and several other newsroom staff.
On the brink of bankruptcy, the board was forced to close the broadcast programs in 1992.
A periodical of our own will counteract to some extent this public nuisance; for through our paper, at the price at which we shall issue it, we shall be able to reach many homes with healing, purifying thought.
Monito Radio was a radio service produced by the Church of Christ, Scientist between 19.
Subsequently, the Monitor began relying more on the Internet as an integral part of its business model.
The Monitor was one of the first newspapers to put its text online in 1996, and was also one of the first to launch a PDF edition in 2001. In 2005, Richard Bergenheim, a Christian Science practitioner, was named the new editor.