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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The self-obituary from the "Rocky Mountain News" newspaper, closing after 150 years, reported.
(San Francisco: Laura Marquez) How newspapers are in a fight for their lives due to the increased use of the Internet featured; scenes shown of newspaper headlines; details given about the development of new ways of reporting. ["San Francisco Chronicle" columnist C.W. NEVIUS- says no one feels safe.] ["Time" magazine editor Walter ISAACSON- says we need journalists to be watchdogs; notes online coverage comes from newspapers.] ["New Britain Herald" editor Marc LEVY- defends the community newspaper.] ["What Would Google Do author Jeff JARVIS- defends the Internet.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Marquez, Laura
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