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FRONT PAGE  |  9/4/2015
WEDNESDAY, JUN 16, 2010  |  4 comments
Government Looks to 'Reinvent Journalism'
Before he was an Academy Award and Noel Prize winner, Vice President Al Gore headed a commission charged with formulating a strategy for "reinventing government." Today, in an American economy featuring government bailouts of large financial firms and public ownership of General Motors, government is looking at "reinventing journalism."

As newspapers continue to lose circulation and revenue and daily newspapers go out of business or get swallowed up by large newspaper chains, the Federal Trade Commission has been looking at ways to save journalism as we have known it. The FTC has been gathering and analyzing suggestions in a series of public forums, the last of which will be held in Washington on Tuesday. The suggestions in a draft report released last month included tax exemptions for news organizations, loosening antitrust statutes, imposing a tax on iPads and other electronic devices, increasing ...


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Cezar | Midwest  Find all comments by Cezar
Zippy wrote:
Yep, looks like you've covered the tenth generation.
Looks like we have an infiltrator to Sermon Audio.
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News Item6/16/10 7:35 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"As newspapers continue to lose circulation and revenue and daily newspapers go out of business or get swallowed up by large newspaper chains, the Federal Trade Commission has been looking at ways to save journalism as we have known it"

It doesn't need saving, any more than the stagecoach needed saving when the demand for it subsided. In a free country, the newspapers would survive well enough if there were sufficient demand for their product.

The FTC should post this up over their doorway:

"How can I waste the most time and money today? Let me count the ways."

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News Item6/16/10 4:11 PM
Zippy  Find all comments by Zippy
Cezar wrote:
If liberals don't like that they can leave.
Yep, looks like you've covered the tenth generation.
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News Item6/16/10 4:05 PM
Cezar | Midwest  Find all comments by Cezar
There's no reason to reinvent journalism. Report the news and not make it a soap opera of celebrities or use journalism to promote socialism.
John F. Kennedy Speech, April 27, 1961

There's no reason to reinventing the "government."

The government is the Constitution and Bill of Rights. We are supposed to elect people to uphold those laws and only those laws.
If liberals don't like that they can leave.

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