Saturday, January 9, 2010

How to Save Journalism

John Nichols and Robert W. McChesney write:

But as 2009 wore on and the crisis extended--with the venerable Christian Science Monitor and newspapers in Seattle and Ann Arbor ceasing print publication to exist solely online, with papers in Denver, Tucson and other cities closing altogether, and with talk of closures from San Francisco to Boston--the urgency of the moment, and the recognition that journalism would not be reborn on the Internet or saved by foundation grants, made it harder to dismiss subsidies.

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