SPECIAL | Now more than ever, we need the news. But can journalism survive?

The Excerpt

Feb 22 2024 • 14 mins

In the U.S., journalism has long contributed to the checks and balances of power, playing a crucial role in holding our elected officials accountable. But as people find alternative ways to get information and ad dollars move elsewhere, newsrooms continue to shrink. With two global wars and a presidential election approaching, is it time to sound the alarm? Jay Rosen, journalism professor at New York University and editor and owner of the blog PressThink, joins The Excerpt to share his insights.

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