#316 One News Brand To Rule Them All
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#316 One News Brand To Rule Them All
Does the New York Times' success come at the expense of local news?

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Is The New York Times a model for success in the news business, or a monolithic news brand that’s crushing the competition? Former BuzzFeed News editor-in-chief Ben Smith just started his media columnist at the Times. And his first column is titled: “Why the Success of The New York Times May Be Bad News for Journalism.”

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