Nieman Journalism Lab

Season 2011 Episode 10.27.11

Dwindling international coverage on NYT front pages

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Matt Stempeck at the Center for Civic Media demonstrates a newspaper box outfitted with an electronic depiction of the New York Times front page. Red and blue bars on the screen represent the share of domestic versus foreign news on the Times' front pages. Except for spikes in the early 90s and mid-2000s, foreign coverage has steadily dwindled since the late '80s. (Video by Andrew Phelps)moreless

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