Saturday, November 14, 2009

Sorrell and FT's Freeland: let more news outlets close, contraction is good for business

Roy Greenslade writes:

I generally admire the writings of Chrystia Freeland, the US managing editor of the the Financial Times, but I haven't much time for her statement applauding the "end of the oversupply of journalism."

She told the Joan Shorenstein Centre that the news industry is the "white-collar equivalent of Detroit auto workers".


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