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Has WAMU solved public radio’s diversity problem?

"Across town at public-radio station WAMU, though, something unusual is occurring — the number of African-American and Latino listeners is going up. If only anyone knew why."

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Facebook signs BuzzFeed, Vox, others for original video shows

"Facebook Inc (FB.O) has signed deals with millennial-focused news and entertainment creators Vox Media, BuzzFeed, ATTN, Group Nine Media and others to make shows for its upcoming video service."

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The Boston Globe's Dorchester printing press is shutting down

"Four stories tall, loud as a locomotive, and with at least as many moving parts, The Boston Globe’s printing presses on Morrissey Boulevard will come to a stop next month."

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Is the quest for profits and clicks killing local news?

"It’s now as clear as 56-point type that newspapers are responding to the continued upheaval by shattering the very foundation of what news and newspapering have meant since the days of the penny press."

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Trust in news depends on which outlet you mean

The latest in a series of surveys on media trust finds high negatives for media generally but a more accepting view of those outlets an individual uses most. The report, from the American Press Institute and AP-NORC center at the University of Chicago, found that users rate their favored news sources much higher on accuracy as well as morality and "caring about the people they report on."

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Another Maggie Haberman profile

"Journalists have become part of the story in the Trump administration, enablers and heroes of a nonstop political and constitutional soap opera, and last year Haberman was the most widely read journalist at the Times, according to its analytics."

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