Steiger: The process of finding and reporting news may no longer require newspapers, but…

McKinsey: What Matters
“The process will still require journalism and journalists, to smoke out the most difficult-to-report situations, to test glib assertions against the facts, to probe for the carefully contrived hoax,” writes ProPublica editor Paul Steiger. “These are reporting activities that take a great deal of time, money, and skill.”

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