From the monthly archives:

August 2010

Tomorrow’s Local Newspaper May Not Be a Newspaper at All

August 31, 2010

Tweet A few months ago, the town where I live was hit by a major storm. Luckily, no one was hurt; but we had experienced what is called a “macro burst,” and everyone was understandably shaken up by all of the fallen trees and downed power lines. The storm only lasted a total of twenty […]

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Newspaper – Revenue or Journalism: Is It One or the Other?

August 15, 2010

Tweet If you were to ask an editor for a local newspaper what type of value local news provides, you would probably get an answer along the lines of: “Quality information is an intrinsic civic good whose value cannot ever be fully measured. Our constitution’s second amendment could not stand without the aid of this […]

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