Tuesday, January 24th, 2012
I’m going to mix apples and oranges here a bit, mixing the US newspaper industry and the British industry. If you think that isn’t fair, then you can click away now.
Some have argued that the decline of newspapers has been down to a loss of trust. A couple of examples of that point of view. James O’Shea, a former editor of the Los Angeles Times said in 2008:
“(the) main problem journalism now faces is the lack of public trust in journalists.”
O’Shea feels that for newspapers to thrive and prosper they “have to figure out how to deliver