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In the past, many communities gathered to read their local newspapers on their morning commutes. Now, technology has swept through the industry and left large parts of America without local newspapers, creating “news deserts.” What does this mean for the future of journalism? And how can community members make sense of their own stories — and separate fact from fiction — in the absence of trusted sources?
This report is part of a continuing Pew Research Center investigation into the state of news, information and journalism in the digital age. Its earlier reports have looked at the decline of traditional print newspaper readership and how local communities can become their own gatekeepers to information. It also has explored the rise of new forms of online and mobile journalism and examined how communities and businesses can support local journalism.
The analysis in this report is based on data from Comscore, which measures online audience for the top 50 U.S. daily newspapers by circulation. Readership figures for newspaper websites are based on monthly unique visitors from desktop and mobile devices. The figures are rounded to the nearest million.
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