Maybe Publisher Cooperation is a Path Forward for News, but It Shouldn’t be at the Expense of Public Media

When making just about any kind of international comparison around news media, one thing quickly becomes clear: The Scandinavians blow the curve for everyone else.

While the U.S. government spends a measly $3 per capita on public broadcasting, Sweden spends $95 and Norway $125.

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