By: Andrés Cala | The Christian Science Monitor
In Spain’s transformational economic crisis, no industry has escaped unscathed. But one of the biggest casualties is an unusual one: journalism.
Thousands of jobs have been lost and dozens of outlets have been shut down, denying newsrooms of some of its most veteran and talented professionals.
And the Spanish media isn’t just hurting in terms of raw numbers – it’s also taken hits to its most valued asset: credibility.