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News Business in US Faces Big Challengesi
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Greg Flakus
April 24, 2014 5:23 PM
The business of providing news and current affairs commentary in the United States is facing big challenges as the older audience diminishes and new digital services struggle to gain a foothold with younger people. The future of journalism may depend on the success of income diversification in media companies.

News Business in US Faces Big Challenges

Greg Flakus

Published April 24, 2014

The business of providing news and current affairs commentary in the United States is facing big challenges as the older audience diminishes and new digital services struggle to gain a foothold with younger people. The future of journalism may depend on the success of income diversification in media companies.


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