Eyeing A1

A look at newspaper front pages from around the country


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This will be the only time you read this on my site: the future of journalism. I’m done hearing about it. I’m done dancing around it. I am going to look at newspaper front pages and their online counterparts and their multimodality.

There are some newspapers and media organizations that are better than others. How can the rest of us catch up – especially so I can preserve my job?

That future I spoke about in the first paragraph is now.


Written by Susan Lulgjuraj

January 29, 2010 at 1:40 am

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  1. Hi Susan;

    It is about truth. Today I read a headline about profits made by Walmart. The real story is that same store sales are down 1.6% but is not reflected in the headline.

    England posted its first ever January deficit, but you have to look for it.

    The media has turned into a corporate and government propaganda machine which survives on the titillation of the gossip mongers and speculation hounds.

    No one can believe journalists anymore.

    Would you stake your life on a story you read in a major news outlet?

    Likely not without checking other sources to see if it is true.

    That is the problem.


    February 18, 2010 at 8:19 am

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