Not surprisingly, they see the solution as more writers. However, in spite of the obvious pro-labor agenda, this is a report well worth thinking seriously about.
What we have always understood as "journalism" is evolving very quickly. Traditional media outlets, including newspapers, elevision, and radio, still produce most of the original news reporting in America. Yet the combined pressure of profit expectations and the loss of audiences and advertisers to "new media" are causing media companies to examine every aspect of how they do business. That has led to many changes in the workplace for journalists. The question is: do these changes help or hinder the provision of quality news to the public?