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Freedom of the press vanishing from student newspapers across America

12/9/2013 - Most of us don't pay attention to student newspapers. Yet, these publications are where many budding journalists get their feet wet for the first time. It's exciting to learn to craft a story that your peers will read. Knowing the paper is sure to be read by teachers and school administrators, too,...

Media credibility in collapse: Less than one-fourth of Americans trust newspapers

6/20/2013 - Trust in America's mainstream media is continuing its downward cycle, falling to new lows in recent years as major newspapers lose more and more credibility. According to a recent Gallup survey, "Americans' confidence in newspapers fell slightly to 23 percent this year, from 25 percent in 2012 and...

Newspapers continue shift towards Internet as print business fades

9/26/2007 - U.S. newspaper publishers are shifting their focus away from print subscribers and toward the Internet as print advertising revenue continues to fall, according to presentations made at the annual Mid-Year Media Review, hosted by the Newspaper Association of America. "The Internet is no longer an...

Mainstream media criticizes Wikipedia because it represents a decentralization of their information monopoly

1/15/2007 - The mainstream media loves to bash Wikipedia, that enormous online encyclopedia created through the collaborative efforts of volunteer writers and researchers. It covers tens of thousands of topics, and is consistently an excellent source of information on everything ranging from world history to new...

American news industry a far cry from genuine journalism

5/1/2005 - Want to know how you make money in publishing? It's easy: just say whatever advertisers want you to say. If there's a new prescription drug on the market, run all sorts of articles about the miracles of that particular drug. If a big food manufacturing company has a brand new product with a nice, colorful...

Pharmaceutical advertising turns national newspapers into drug industry puppets

7/12/2004 - A New York Times headline blares, "Health Officials Urge Sharply Lower Cholesterol Levels," and the article discusses all the reasons why more and more people should be on statin drugs. Changes in diet, nutrition and levels of physical exercise are utterly absent from the story, leaving the reader with...

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