Declining ad revenues. Increased competition for subscribers. Fake news. Information overload. Dominance of social media platforms. Distrust of the media.
These factors have been playing out on the media stage over the past few years, creating an extremely blurred line between content and journalism — as well as concern over the future of true, objective, independent journalism. This has led to a rise in independent journalism that is free from the constraints of consumer media, delivering unbiased, authentic news with a high level of transparency and trust.
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