While we’re lamenting the death of journalism, could we try to fix it?

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Newspapers have long excelled at obituaries. But journalists’ insistence on writing them for their own industry seems a little defeatist.

The latest is at The Washington Post, where media columnist Margaret Sullivan laments the decline of the paper for she was once the editor, The Buffalo News. She captures the gamut of wonderful aspects of…




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