When Journalists Depart, Who Tells the Story?

September 2010
Nieman Reports;Fall2010, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p18
The article discusses the move by news organizations to reduce their number of staff reporters in Brussels, Belgium and other parts of Europe, as well as the impact of such move to the delivery of news in the European Union (EU). In a report by the International Press Association (IPA) in Brussels, the number of accredited reporters has declined to 964 in 2009 from roughly 1,300 in 2005. The opinion of IPA president Lorenzo Consoli on the issue is also cited.


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