Originally appeared on QNS: By Mark Hallum | email@example.com | Monday, September 9, 2019: 1:30 PM
“How do journalists approach a local story when their audience is consists of a broader geographic range?
According to editors from publications that have withstood the financial downturn in the industry, it all boils down to perspective and finding pothole stories that every community can relate to.
Schneps Media held in Bayside on Sept. 6 a panel of journalists from publications that are thriving in the online world. In attendance were the editors and journalists representing Schneps Media’s more than 70 print and digital outlets. The event was hosted by Wendell Jamieson, the former Metro editor of The New York Times, now working as a consultant to Schneps Media.”
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