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Old 08-06-2007, 04:18 PM   #3
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Our broadsheet daily is doing the same thing from next year, so I presume it's some kind of trend. I can just imagine the mumbo-jumbo wheeled out to push it through. Sigh.
Sigh indeed.

I gather that those of us who still read and follow the news are the last. Ask anyone in advertising or media studies: “No one reads” any more. “No one watches[listens to] the news” any more.

How do they make decisions, then? How do they know what jobs to pursue? What candidates or issues to vote for?

Sigh indeed,

   
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