Hoping That Newspapers Don't Give Up the Good Fight

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On Monday, “The New York Times” ran something of a rant in the business section about the impact of social media on quality journalism, saying in part: “[a]s more readers move toward online social networks, and as publishers desperately seek scale to bring in revenue, many [newspapers] have deplored a race toward repetitive, trivial journalism, so noisy that it drowns out more considered work.”

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