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There will be groups or individuals with particular slants offering to fill the reporting gaps for traditional news organizations, writes Richard Perez-Pena, and the more of them there are, the harder it will be to perceive their agendas. “There are going to be some newsrooms, I can guarantee you, they’re going to get garbage and they’re going to print it,” says Poynter ethicist Kelly McBride. || Related video and Edward Wasserman column.
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