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Living with less international news (access required)

A study on the changing newspaper industry released this week by the Project for Excellence in Journalism found that most papers today were cutting back significantly on not only the tangibles like staff and total pages, but that many were sacrificing international and national news for local and community news. The Baltimore Sun and other major ...

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  1. Newspapers will cater to their clientele. The unwashed masses prefer knowing the scores in last night’s baseball game to what’s going on in Iraq. There will always be news outlets that cater to a higher level of intellectual scrutiny and curiosity and readers who actually care about real news will go there.