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Today's WORD on Journalism

good reminder“Voters decide elections. Now’s the time to focus newspapers’ full energy and limited resources on providing every voter with the information that’s essential to making informed decisions. We can’t do that if millions of voters won’t ever read, let alone trust, the solid journalism flowing from the fingers of the underpaid and overly abused reporters in the field. We certainly can't do that if they won't read and won’t trust fact-based reporting . . . .”

—Matt Laslo, reporter and blogger, “The New York Times presidential endorsement shows why newspapers must end the practice,” Think, NBC News, Jan. 20, 2020.






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