Finding Good News
C.J. Casper
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Up until the recent death of massive print advertising, even the most substantial daily newspapers were offering essentially free content. The 25 or 35 cents we used to pay for a daily papers was a mere token payment. The volume and value of the content was worth 1,000 times the purchase price. Why was that free content from the 1985 NY Times more legitimate than “Inforwars” Perhaps its not the price of the content that indicates its value but the level of investment in the production that matters. What’s the difference who is paying for it.

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