Monday, January 11, 2010

Another exaggeration

Charles E. Richardson writes:

Radio stations don’t blast through their airways, “We’re number four” behind satellite, iPods and the Internet. Nor do they tell you about their own furloughs, layoffs and pay cuts.

No, like the other mediums, they point to the positives. Newspapers, though in the business of bringing the news of the day, rarely tell our own stories as well as we tell the stories of others.

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