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Media Report Is, Well, Mixed

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In the new media environment, there are more sources for news, but fewer stories are getting covered. Network news is losing their audience while cable's Fox News is growing. The study offers a probing look at the state of American journalism.

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Guests:

David Folkenflik, NPR's Media Correspondent

Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism

Orville Schell, dean of Berkeley School of Journailsm

Athelia Knight, director, The Washington Post's Young Journalists Development Program

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