The State of Modern Journalism

Thanks, John. We already subscribe to The Economist, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times Digital. In the past I was using the free version of the Washington Post, but thanks to you I just paid for the digital subscription. I may not read any more articles than I have been, but I figure it’s a contribution to a good cause: investigative journalism.

 

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7 Responses to The State of Modern Journalism

  1. Rummuser says:

    The newspaper industry in India is flourishing. http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2016/02/economist-explains-13
    Rummuser´s last blog post ..Rabbit Hole.

  2. Cathy in NZ says:

    http://www.interest.co.nz/insurance/80690/major-investigation-diana-clement-talks-youi-customers-ex-employees-about-insurer

    this lady is my niece, you don’t tangle with her when it’s about finances – unless you know you can win. (she a chip of her fathers’ block, completely…the lessons learnt growing up…sometimes a bit too much for me, but she is basically my nearest helpful relative, & I see her more regularly than other rellies, her Mother is my elderly sister)

    Part way down this lengthy article is where the insurance company got themselves noticed by her…

    She was doing a story about “insurance” and wanted a quote, they insisted on her credit card details – she followed all their procedures afterwards to cancel it, but to no avail, they charged her credit card!

    She recently shared the same clip you have, but I didn’t watch it all because it didn’t seem to make much sense…

    • Jean says:

      The clip was longer than it needed to be to make his point, but I did watch the whole thing. Your niece wrote a great article. Good for her!

  3. Cindi says:

    Hey, just trying to catch up here!
    I get my journalism from… you!
    😀
    Cindi´s last blog post ..SO MANY THINGS….

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