Building a better Journalism
Media activists and scholars share their ideas
Date Written: 01/07/2009
Year Published: 2009
Resource Type: Article
Extra! asked progressive media activists and scholars to share their ideas on how to make journalism's future better than its present; the following are some of the highlights:
The one thing that we should do in the face of the erosion of commercial journalism is invest heavily in libraries. That means we should publicly support the human capital, technological tools, and collections of public, school and university libraries.
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