I know that newspapers should be broken-up.
In Michigan one company bought all the newspapers in the state, took them digital, and then banned all the conservatives.
MI media is nothing but a liberal puke echo chamber.
Newspapers won't be broken up.
They will, however, go out of business over time and go the way of the buggy whip. They are an outdated technology experiencing a waning reader base.
If they don't go digital and establish their base on the internet, they won't make it as a newspaper. At that point they would be a website and not a newspaper. News websites will have to compete on the ethernet too.
But if you listen carefully, you can hear the death knell tolling for the newsprint industry already. Most of them know it's coming.
I haven't read a newspaper in 25+ years and the young people my kids' age, never read newspapers to begin with.
Congress won't waste their time breaking the big newspaper chains up. They'll self-destruct on their own soon enough.