This is what happens when we stop paying for quality journalism
Asha Dornfest

I agree with everything you said, but I don’t blame these problems on the relatively recent changes in their business model. Real journalism was dying long before that when sensationalism took precedence over real investigative reporting. The real problem is that most of our media is controlled by a handful of corporations.

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