The fate of print journalism
This episode originally aired on Oct. 11, 2023.
How can a government represent its citizens in such a large country? The answer is local newspapers.
How can lawmakers understand public opinion on a land as vast as the United States? Local newspapers.
Yet with papers shutting down at an alarming rate, many view the fate of print journalism as dim.
We’ll discuss the fate of print journalism and its importance to democracy.
- Mike Thompson, WOSU chief content director of radio
- Eddith Dashiell, Director of E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University
- Anna Brugmann, Director of Policy at Rebuild Local News
- Andrew Conte, Director of the Center for Media Innovation
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