Monday, July 21, 2008

Editors in study say shrinking newsrooms damages quality of journalism


Editors in study say shrinking newsrooms damages quality of journalism.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

How hilarious that the Sentinel is reporting on other newsrooms' difficulties without so much as a paragraph about its own layoffs.

Death By Children said...

If knowledge is power then a lack of knowledge is weakness. The news industry is failing to perform its single task: to light a fire under the ass of people exactly like Sam Zell who could care less about the quality of news--and information--distributed to regular people so efficiently by newspapers. Newspapers are not an antiquated technology. They remain pertinent and intrinsic to the mental health and political stability of every community. Zell is setting a torch to the peace and good order of society and should be stopped.