In today’s Christian Science Monitor

  • In today’s Christian Science Monitor Professors John Nerone (who, incidentally, is my excellent academic advisor) and Kevin Barnhurst argue that the redesign of the Wall Street Journal is emblematic of newspapers’ shift to accurate user-friendliness at the expense of

    “empowering citizens by immersing them in a common news culture. In the industrial newspapers, readers made news their own, becoming better citizens and, in the bargain, more loyal customers – something the newspaper needs desperately today.”

    I’ll admit that my own communications news tunnelvision meant that I was largely unaware of the Venezuelan presidential coup until Sunday afternoon. Yes, it is really too easy to select yourself out of the stuff that affects and connects us all.

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