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 Cal Huss
 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
Host Cal Huss sits in with local journalist Joe Rubino to discuss the ownership of The Denver Post, recent staff departures due to censorship, and where print media may be headed.
Cal Huss; KGNU Community Radio
How is the capitalist model affecting the practice journalism? Is media consolidation helping or hurting media institutions? Is the news even profitable anymore? These questions and much more are discussed in this half-hour program with guest speaking on the recent developments at The Denver Post. The paper is currently the only news daily serving a region of 3 million people, but the hedge fund who owns it only seems interested in ringing it dry before slowly killing it. In the digital age, can we save the Denver Post and companies like it?

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00:30:00 English 2018-05-22
 Denver, CO
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