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I still believe in local news

While I no longer make my living in local news, I believe in it. My husband and I travel several times a year and everywhere we go, I check out the local media. 485 more words

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May 01, 1917 – ‘War Horse’ cavalrymen forced ‘to ride over the dead and dying’

The terrible carnage of the War Horse battle for Monchy-le-Preux is described in ‘thrilling’ detail by a Northampton Yeomanry trooper in the May 1, 1917, issue of the… 763 more words

If small newspapers are going to survive, they’ll have to be more than passive observers to the news

Originally published at www.niemanlab.org.

Editor’s note: Damian Radcliffe and Christopher Ali are in the process of completing a report about U.S. newspapers with a circulation under 50,000 for Columbia’s… 1,888 more words

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April 10, 1917 – Devastating news for parents on soldier son's birthday

Chas Capell and his wife of Coventry Road, Market Harborough, were all set to quietly mark the 19th birthday of their son George even though he was serving in France. 530 more words

The "Newseum"

Anyone interested in seeing front page news from around the US every morning can stop over to Newseum.org . You can literally check out content on the front pages from over 800 newspapers – ranging from small town papers to large dailies like The Washington Post. 95 more words

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Local News Matters

In the last few days the NUJ has held a number of events across the UK to mark their Local News Matters week of action. As I have said before in these posts, our local newspapers seem to be in a vicious circle of decline. 238 more words

With one foot in the past and the other in the future, India faces a digital paradox

Unlike the dramatic decline of the media in the west brought about by smartphones and the internet, the situation in India could not be more different.  1,564 more words

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