Denver Post: Can Murdoch Save Newspapers?
Denver Post columnist and retired Capitol Bureau Chief Fred Brown considers the future of journalism, in print and online, with the news of Rupert Murdoch’s successful purchase of Dow Jones, parent company of the Wall Street Journal.
In his column, Brown recognizes online news upstart Colorado Confidential for winning a pair of online news division awards for statehouse reporting and commentary from the Association of Capitol Beat Reporters and Editors.
Read Brown’s column: Can Murdoch save newspapers? [PDF]
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