One of the best writers I know once pointed out that journalism used to be a blue collar job.
Dean Mougianis
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That was back when “journalism” was about reporting facts, getting quotes, asking questions.

Now “journalism”is about spinning narratives around those things, and making value-judgements; ‘explaining’ how people are supposed to read the story. That sort of thing requires a shared vision and ideology with the class that publishes the paper.

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