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The future of journalism is local and collaborative

The future of journalism is local and collaborative

“Most local newspapers will not survive in the next 10 years or so,” Dean Baquet, The New York Times’ executive editor told us earlier this week. “I worry about who’s going to cover the areas where there is no money.” His colleague, National Editor Marc Lacey added:...

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A Bloody wait for Gun Control in the United States

A Bloody wait for Gun Control in the United States

The complexity of the Constitution cannot be an excuse for lawmakers in the US to standby as their own innocent civilians are being murdered.I believe government here has to take steps to disarm the civilian population, rather than taking steps to counsel or deter the potential killer.
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Is philanthropy the future of journalism?

Is philanthropy the future of journalism?

Newsrooms around the globe have been shrinking for the past two decades, as media companies have struggled to find a profitable business model in the era of the internet and evaporating print advertising. Last week we had the opportunity to meet Dean Baquet, the...

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Announcement of 2019 Fellows

The World Press Institute (WPI) has chosen 10 journalists from Algeria, Belarus, Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, India, Romania, South Africa, Uganda and Uruguay to be fellows in its 2019 international journalism program. The fellows will ...