Another way to stay in print journalism might be to work for Newhouse, which owns the Oregonian and Times-Picayune, among other papers. From a story in the New York Post:
Donald Newhouse, the big boss of all the newspapers controlled by parent company Advance Publications, told Media Ink that the Star-Ledger newsroom will be spared in the latest downsizing.
"There will be none in the newsroom," said Newhouse.
One reason for that is that the Newhouse family long ago offered lifetime guarantees that spare editorial workers at its daily newspapers from cutbacks for economic reasons - provided the journalists never let the union inside the newsroom door.