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Partisan news sites could displace, but never replace, newspapers

On Jul 27, 2020
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RT @pmnapoli: Interesting piece in the @seattletimes that draws upon the research that @JessAMahone and I published recently in @NiemanLab https://t.co/3sI0gg1ySN
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Be aware if an advocate website presents itself as a news site.

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On Jul 27, 2020
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RT @pmnapoli: Interesting piece in the @seattletimes that draws upon the research that @JessAMahone and I published recently in @NiemanLab https://t.co/3sI0gg1ySN
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Partisan news sites could displace, but never replace, newspapers

Partisan news sites could displace, but never replace, newspapers

Be aware if an advocate website presents itself as a news site.

Hundreds of hyperpartisan sites are masquerading as local news. This map shows if there’s one near you.

Hundreds of hyperpartisan sites are masquerading as local news. This map shows if there’s one near you.

We found that while left-leaning sites prioritize statewide reporting, right-leaning sites are more focused on local reporting, indicating the potential for these sites to exacerbate ...

Who are conservative news workers? We asked them.

Who are conservative news workers? We asked them.

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