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Re: “UC Berkeley Threatens Bay Area Journalism

120 unpaid, undertrained journalism undergraduates are not going to threaten Bay Area news any more than every independent blogger out there who thinks their opinion is as valuable as an experienced, professional reporter. The Cal Daily features student news coverage too, but it's not the reason the Chronicle is going under. WAKE UP. The traditional press and journalism have experienced a cultural and technological sea-change, just like network programming has been usurped by cable TV. You can't stop competition or progress. The public will go to the best source for their news, whomever that will be. Quality will trump in the end.

Posted by Pam Patterson on 09/25/2009 at 10:34 PM

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