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Another Death Knell for Science Journalism--From Natalie Angier

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyDec 15, 2009 5:49 PM


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I just saw this story--it reads very consistently, if also disturbingly, with yesterday's Andrew Revkin news. Natalie Angier, the celebrated science writer and author of The Canon, among other works, now opines that newspaper science reporting is "basically going out of business." She ought to know--having reported at the New York Times for nearly two decades. Plus, she ought to know because her husband, Rick Weiss (whose story is discussed in Unscientific America) last year left the Washington Post. It is a tough world out there for those who produce the content that we here care about. And it is getting tougher. And so far, I have not seen the media-economic model that can save us....

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