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If the proposed legislation becomes law, it would offer substantial help to many local newsrooms at a critical time.
Debating methodology may be boring, but a poorly structured study can warp how journalists think about their audiences.
“Ultimately, we need to be able to monetize audio in all its platforms, in all its forms. As we think about how to move forward, we want our thinking about podcasts to be something that the entire organization is invested in.”
“I’m getting great information from professional immunologists and virologists, but I had the sense that they were having a hard time communicating the details of the science to a broader audience. That’s something I do a lot of.”
“Though people generally could stand to be better informed than they are at the moment, when is too much news, well, too much?” Seth C. Lewis
Worse, the two left standing could be run by hedge fund guys with little interest in more than the bottom line.
Attention, local newspaper owners: This is now a proven, IRS-approved path to convert your money-losing daily into a community nonprofit. Give it some thought.
It’s a big step for Salt Lake City — but also a major opening for other newspapers who might find nonprofit status a more appealing alternative than selling or closing down.