Tuesday, April 21, 2009

A day without media?

James Faulk writes:

I'm not one to dwell on the past, as in the print heyday of decades ago when the daily, physical newspaper was part of everyone's life, an integral strand of everyday discussion before the water cooler, at the dinner table at night, between wives and husbands winding down the day's business with conversation surrounding recent news events.

But as a journalist and editor, I think many people are fooling themselves when they espouse the misguided belief that the relevancy of professional reporting is done.


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