Understanding the Tough Times at The Buffalo News Can Lead to Brighter Future for the Newspaper
Given the fiscal state of the news industry, the changes underway at The Buffalo News are not unique. To offset revenue losses, newspapers across the nation have bid farewell to longtime reporters, eliminated once-popular sections and removed jobs that involved covering important beats, such as education,… Read More ›
Did the Attica Uprising Lay the Foundation for Alternative Facts?
By Anne and Richard Lee Conspiracy theories, misinformation from government officials and a public that refuses to accept the truth – even when documented by facts – have become part of daily life in America in 2019. These same elements… Read More ›
What Verizon’s Move to Shut Down FIOS 1 Means for Local News
By Michael Shapiro A few weeks ago, Verizon announced that it would shutter FIOS 1, its local news station in New Jersey and New York. The creation of FIOS 1 was aimed at capturing new subscribers by providing an alternative… Read More ›