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I Predicted the Fall of Journalistic Institutions. Now It's Time to Lift Them Up

4 monthes ago   |   By Politico

As we approached the 15th anniversary of POLITICO, I plunged into old files expecting to find a lot that would make me cringe.
Cringe, I did, looking at some of the early stories, replete with typos, clunky writing, strained premises. More cringing: The first edition of our publication - January 23, 2007 - with its high school newspaper design and a red-black logo announcing the arrival of “THE POLITICO.” Just like in the early days of “TheFacebook,” we soon dropped the “THE.”
I was ready to flinch, but did not, when I returned to an old interview that I did with PressThink , a media...
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