Monday, December 15, 2008

The death of news is greatly exaggerated

Weekend America had an interesting story this weekend on the changes affecting the news industry and how rumblings about its demise have been greatly overstated. From the promo:

“In light of the Tribune Company bankruptcy and the massive loan the New York Times just leveraged on its own building, the future of daily journalism looks to be on life support. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Weekend America’s Ben Adair debunks the top three myths of the media meltdown and tells us why reports of newspapers’ demise have been severely exaggerated.”

Thank to j for the heads up.


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