Advertiser Blacklisting and Its Silencing Effect on Journalism

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Journalism is, at its heart, about asking questions. And since the dawn of reporting, when civic-minded locals in ancient Rome circulated news sheets about important daily events, one question has been elevated above all others: Does this serve the public interest?

The way we answer “yes” to that query has, naturally, changed over time. During the heydey of newspapers, reporters served the public interest by covering the ins and outs of local elections and municipal policy.

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