Beset by relentless financial pressures, the mainstream press lacks the time, the resources, and --to be fair--the reader appetite for detailed investigation of complex international stories. The solution, if you can bear it, is the state-financed newspap
At a well-attended dinner in Ottawa organized by the Public Policy Forum, a crowd of journalists, policy types, and the odd politico gathered last Friday to hear British Journalist John Lloyd offer his account of the state of the news media
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