Journalism isn’t dying: The Washington Post

“We didn’t know if, in a newspaper, people were reading our 600-word piece on the transportation markup on A10 — now we do,” Mr. VandeHei said. “I’m not saying you let the audience dictate everything, but a smart, aggressive, forward-leaning media company is going to write what it thinks is important and its audience thinks is important.”

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TV news faces familiar threat to newspapers: The Guardian

We hear about TV triumphs: audience figures for The Night Manager (starring Tom Hiddleston, pictured), astronomic ITV profits, the proliferation of channels. But essential messages concerning the medium itself don’t seem to make it air quite so easily.

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