Quality and timely news reporting is in peril as an increasing segment of the public is turning to the television, radio and Internet for news reports which "borrow" from print media for some of their content - especially local and regional news. Historically, newspapers have used their advertising revenues to pay the salaries of the reporters and the editorial staff. In the last few years, the economic problems of newspapers have increased as many former readers now rely on television, radio and the Internet for news.
Advice of Counsel
The Vanishing Newsroom
The Connecticut Law Tribune
February 1, 2010
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