It's the end of an era for newspapers and journalism. That much everyone can agree on.
Some major cities eventually might not have a daily print newspaper -- and those that will likely will have newspapers dealing with depleted newsroom staffs.
But are newspapers' troubles a harbinger of a world without scrutiny on local officials -- or a gateway to a golden age of citizen journalism?
A subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee, which is considering legislation that would enable...Full Story