The Future Of Journalism
GateHouse Media bought The Columbus Dispatch in 2015 and then merged with Gannett late last year. Since then, the newspaper has shrunk along with the workforce that produces it.
By March, another 188 Dispatch workers will be out of a job when the paper starts printing in indianapolis.
The Ohio Capital Journal on December 4, launched its online-only news outlet dedicated to Ohio state government.
Both developments are part of the changing face of journalism in the United States.
Today on All Sides With Ann Fisher we explore the rise of nonprofit, online news outlets and what that means for the future of journalism.
- David DeWitt, editor of the Ohio Capital Journal
- Alan D. Miller, Executive Editor & Interim General Manager, The Columbus Dispatch
- Bill Emkow, Growth Strategist, The Center for Michigan, Bridge Magazine
- Rick Edmonds, Media Business Analyst, Poynter Institute
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