This piece was originally published on Columbia Journalism Review’s website and appears here with the editor’s permission.
In a corner of a big, empty Krispy Kreme in Atlanta, Valeria Sistrunk is nibbling on a donut. She is 27, with wide…
By Gregory Furgala for the Local News Conference
Across the United States, reporters and editors at local newspapers are working longer hours, in smaller newsrooms and with fewer opportunities for advancement.
They’re also optimistic about the future of local news,…
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