Print may be dying, but the news is not
Newspapers Are Dead Already
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Helen Branswell / STAT:
The death of local newspapers and absence of their archives could make monitoring disease outbreaks, their causes, and their progress more difficult
Anika Gupta / The Membership Puzzle Project:
A look at present and future public radio membership strategies in the age of on-demand content and how a growing demand for quality content can drive donations
Felix Salmon / Nota bene:
Magazine covers featuring Adwoa Aboah and Lena Waithe represent a look forward and diversity but both photos were taken by 60-something white superstars
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