The Death and Life of Local Journalism
Local newspapers have been dying in America’s towns and cities for a decade or more. The losses are not confined to tens of thousands of jobs: an essential foundation of democracy — independent, reliable sources of news — is crumbling. But small-town journalism based on hard-hitting reporting is hardly dead. Join Provincetown Independent founders Ed Miller and Teresa Parker, Vineyard Gazette, publisher Jane Seagrave, and former New York magazine editor Adam Moss to find out why.