Funding of journalism remains the Holy Grail

Longden, Anthony
September 2013
Grassroots Editor;Fall/Winter2013, Vol. 54 Issue 3/4, p4
The article presents a reprint of a chapter by Anthony Longden from the second edition of the book "What Do We Mean By Local? The Rise, Fall--and Possible Rise Again--of Local Journalism." It looks at the regional press industry in Great Britain and its future prospects, with an emphasis on the history of the industry. The implication of the launch of free newspapers in the context of its difficulties is discussed.


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