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Where does "news" come from? Where does it go?

by Dir. of Research Communications at Duke University on Apr 11, 2011

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Two case-histories on ways in which information is created and spread in the current media environment. Distribution is faster, with less journalistic thought or fact-checking. Consider yourselves ...

Two case-histories on ways in which information is created and spread in the current media environment. Distribution is faster, with less journalistic thought or fact-checking. Consider yourselves warned.

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