Journalism's Uncertain Future

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The very definition of journalism is even under attack, resulting from biased blogs posing as real journalism and thereby destoying all journalistic credibility. This last point touches on what is perhaps the crux of the problem. The credibility of journalists everwhere has suffered various blows in recent years...
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The credibility of journalists everwhere has suffered various blows in recent years. Whether it is Jayson Blair, the New York Times reporter caught falsifying stories, journalists taking bribes to write anti-Castro propaganda or, in less recent years, Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, a French journalist, completely fabricating interviews with the aforementioned Cuban president, the journalism field has suffered repeated embarassments and injuries at its own hands...
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