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Articles by Sarah Scire

Sarah Scire is a staff writer at Nieman Lab. Previously, she worked at the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, and The New York Times.
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“Sunlight can disinfect, but South Carolina has lost some light.”
“As advertising has waned, public notice has remained relatively constant and, because of that, become a larger and larger proportion of the newspaper business over time.”
“Some editors acknowledged that the continued emphasis on a print publication was a barrier to coverage appealing to more diverse audiences.”
“I always say you can be provocative, but you shouldn’t be provocative by accident.”
The campaign reflects an “increasingly digital” readership, including new subscribers without the experience of holding clearly separated news and opinion sections in their hands.
“Frankly, the really hard part is the journalism. Everything else can be learned and shared.”
“This blend of local reporting and issue expertise is extremely powerful. We think it’s one that can respond to the local news crisis quickly.”