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Leaving Readers behind


Leaving Readers behind

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    Available in PDF Format | Leaving Readers behind.pdf | English
    Thomas Kunkel (Author)
The American newspaper industry is in the middle of the most momentous change in its entire three-hundred-year history. A generation of relentless 'corporatization' has resulted in a furious, unprecedented blitz of buying, selling, and consolidation of newspapers, accompanied by dramatic -- and drastic -- change in reporting and coverage of all kinds. Concerned that this phenomenon was going largely unreported, Gene Roberts, legendary reporter and editor, decided to undertake a huge, extended reportorial study of his own industry, what would become the Project on the State of the American Newspaper. Gathering more than two dozen distinguished journalists and writers, Roberts produced a long series of reports in the American Journalism Review, published by the University of Maryland':s Philip Merrill College of Journalism, asking the crucial question: Are American communities -- in the very middle of the so-called information explosion -- in danger of becoming less informed than ever?
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  • PDF | 395 pages
  • Thomas Kunkel (Author)
  • The University of Arkansas Press: First Printing, Highlighting edition (30 May 2001)
  • English
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