Environmental Journalists Adapt to Life After Layoffs

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It’s likely that we’ll see more newspapers go bankrupt, or cease publishing on dead trees,” Rogers says. “I’ve been intrigued with public broadcasting alternatives because at KQED we’re able to cover stories with a different revenue model. Maybe some of the future models for environmental coverage will be these nonprofit models. If this is how we keep environmental reporting alive, so be it.”
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