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Media Development 3/2016

Local vs. Traditional Media

Deep-seated changes in the newspaper and journalism industries together with technological convergence are leading to weaker local news media that struggle to hold power to account, to keep people informed, to encourage civic and political engagement, and to foster community integration. What does the future hold?

 

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