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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Steven Waldman
When I was a reporter years ago in Ocean City, Md., I learned the hard way that freedom of the press can be expensive.
There is a shortage of in-depth local journalism needed to hold government agencies, schools and businesses accountable, the federal agency that regulates television broadcasters concludes in a new report.
The report's lead author, Steve Waldman, said the study found media variety and abundance.