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Published on Apr 17, 2012
It is evident that the face of journalism is changing, and with the ratings of mainstream media news on the decline, a lot of people are turning to the Internet for late-breaking coverage. Many believe that the corporate-backed media ignores issues that matter to the everyday viewer, and Internet access on mobile devices makes it easier to be up-to-date on current events. Christopher Chambers, journalism professor at Georgetown University, joins us with his take on who controls the media and why.