Saturday, June 20, 2009

So what if our newspapers fail?

James Myburgh writes:

The problem with both analyses is that they simply transpose American concerns - at what the demise of newspapers will do to journalism in that country - to the very different South African reality. Harber is not wrong to argue that if newspapers die, journalism suffers, but in a sense the worst has already happened to our metropolitan English-language broadsheets.

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