'The foreign bureau is a relic, gone the way of paper tape and the pica pole'
American Journalism Review
Eighteen newspapers and two chains have shuttered every one of their overseas bureaus in the dozen years since AJR first surveyed foreign coverage. "Remarkably, NPR is the only mainstream media organization that serves up a heartier foreign report, with more bureaus and correspondents than in the past," writes Jodi Enda.
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