That’s When I Stopped Reading

Why newspapers are losing readers

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I think most newspaper readers are like me: They want accuracy and objectivity in news reporting. And when they don’t get it, they stop reading.

Two front-page stories in the Orlando Sentinel on February 20, 2022, are ideal illustrations.

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Jacquelyn Lynn

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Inspirational author, ghostwriter. Need some great quotes? Get “A Book of Proverbs: Wisdom of the Ages” free. Download at CreateTeachInspire.com/wisdom

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