Let’s Stop Talking About How We Value Local Journalism and Do Something

As a profession, we spend a lot of time at the very top and bottom of the ladder of abstraction. Poynter’s Roy Peter Clark writes about using this concept in writing. You get gritty details, that’s the bottom, and you follow them to universal truths, that’s the top.

But when I hear people who aren’t in local journalism talk about local journalism, especially lately, most of the time is spent up at the top.

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