Will Next Year Be Better For Media? It's been a fascinating but worrisome year for journalism. There have been cutbacks just about everywhere. The giant Tribune Company has filed for bankruptcy. Some publications have completely folded. Some have stopped the presses and moved to the Internet.
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Will Next Year Be Better For Media?

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Will Next Year Be Better For Media?

Will Next Year Be Better For Media?

Will Next Year Be Better For Media?

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It's been a fascinating but worrisome year for journalism. There have been cutbacks just about everywhere. The giant Tribune Company has filed for bankruptcy. Some publications have completely folded. Some have stopped the presses and moved to the Internet.

NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik joins host Jacki Lyden to help us sort out where journalism's been and what's ahead.