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Public radio “is in a good position to pick up the slack if the legacy newspaper starts getting squeezed by corporate ownership.”
If you’re on the winning side, “you might disengage relative to those with the opposing party, which now feels threatened.”
Research explores how local TV news affects public perceptions of pandemic protocols, the rise of national coverage on local TV news, and changes in how local TV journalists do their jobs.
Does the site’s “signature ahead-of-the-curve coverage” really uncover “the new, the next, rising stars, new trends, that kind of stuff”? Or does it “discover” stars already discovered?
“We don’t have to turn around a whole big ship. We can try things.”
“If you seem to be an organization that’s only concerned with large donors and large foundations, you’re probably only concerned with one type of reporting.”