Summary On The Death Of The News

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The piece on, "The Death of the News", written by Gary Kamiya, had many interesting points to make about the state of the media today. In the article, Kamiya expresses grave concern over the struggles facing print journalism, specifically the fact that if newspapers go, it is likely that on-the-ground reporting will disappear as well. This is due to the fact that online sites don't do their own reporting because it is not financially feasible. Rather, these sites take stories from the print newspapers and then put their own spin on it. As a way to save print media, Kamiya mentions that some argue newspapers should be subsidized. I firmly agree with each of Kamiya's points. There is no substitute for the kind of reporting a newspaper

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