As the Audience for News Shrinks, What's Next? According to a report on the state of news providers, virtually every sector of the media is losing popularity. Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism, talks about this year's report and what it means.
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As the Audience for News Shrinks, What's Next?

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As the Audience for News Shrinks, What's Next?

As the Audience for News Shrinks, What's Next?

As the Audience for News Shrinks, What's Next?

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According to a report on the state of news providers, virtually every sector of the media is losing popularity. Tom Rosenstiel, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism, talks about this year's report and what it means.

Guests:

Tom Rosensteil, director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism; vice chairman of the Committee of Concerned Journalists

David Folkenflik, NPR's media correspondent