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It’s the latest blow to national wire services around the world — the little-noticed backbone of much of the reporting seen across media.
After ten years of writing for Nieman Lab, Ken takes a big look back and ahead, defining the state of affairs for the troubled world of journalism.
“Does satire have a liberal bias? Sure. Satire has a liberal psychological bias. But the only person who can successfully harness the power of satire is the satirist. Not political strategists. Not a political party. Not a presidential candidate.”
Is there really no sustainable form for digital news other than B2B vertical media?
Even without the L.A. Times, it still controls a lot of important newspapers. Will it sell them to Gannett, Murdoch, local individuals in each city — or to yet another private equity firm looking to strip papers for parts?
First Sinclair and now the Kochs are back. In an age of media free-for-all and massive deregulation, will fact-based journalism become an endangered species?
Is Tronc’s acquisition of the New York tab a linchpin to a national strategy, or just another declining property to add to its portfolio?
Seven questions in what’s already been a very strange year.
Fake news percentages, numbers of working journalists, declining print ad revenue: 2016 in numbers.
Are we entering a new age of digital robber barons?