“I’m spending the holiday thankful I have a job, and I’m praying that very soon I am holding down that same job but answering to someone else,” writes Susan Campbell. “I hold out hope that local ownership is a big part of the answer to the malaise that affects American newspapers. I am thankful that I work for a corporation that gave me a good dental plan, but I am willing to trade my teeth for a (local) owner who gets it.”
Fact-checkers and political reporters will learn how researchers determine the validity of data to better inform audiences.
‘Being here sends a clear message that it’s a story of high importance and one that we are committing to in a big way.’
‘We are moving on,’ one long-tenured faculty member said, ‘but we are not looking away from our problems.’
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