The U.S. Has Lost 2,100 Newspapers in the Past 15 Years, a New UNC News Deserts Study Found

The relentless spread of news deserts was speeding up even before the coronavirus incapacitated local economies, and since then the rate has accelerated some more.

At the same time, the digital news cavalry long and widely expected to come riding to the rescue of community journalism has decelerated to a surprising halt.

 

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