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From the turn of the 20th Century through to the beginning of the 21st Century, the production of news in media was remarkably consistent — newspapers produced nearly all the news. Then, along came TV and radio, and they for the most part pivoted off the newspapers’ reporting. Sure, there were those rare occasions in which local television did some in-depth journalism — where ...
In the past week, three of the major legacy media companies announced they were splitting their companies into separate-but-unequal broadcast and print ventures. The decisions by Gannett, E.W. Scripps and Tribune to divide their once “synergistic business models” into separate and very distinct businesses indicates that we are now at the beginning of the end-of-the-end for this industry.