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“I thought you’d go down with the ship.”
Journalists are not the only storytellers
Now we need to rebuild local newsrooms
Investigating local partisan shadow news: A Q&A with Priyanjana Bengani
The journalism crisis is about people
In search of the next generation of local media owners
The decline of local newsrooms could make it harder for us to detect the next disease outbreak
Will Congress intervene in the local news crisis?
How The 63106 Project funds independent journalism in St. Louis
Reviving democracy requires reviving local journalism
Introducing the COVID-19 Cutback Tracker
The long tail of the journalism crisis
Community-engaged journalism is both an end and a means to survival
The context for the crisis: A Q&A with Penny Abernathy
Consolidations come at a cost
‘This is the time for pooling resources’: an interview with Kristen Hare
Pay cuts have provided a temporary fix, but the pandemic persists
Will changes to print outlast the pandemic?
To save itself, journalism will need to stop preaching to the choir
As local news crumbles, should the federal government intervene?