​(Ga.) If today’s print newspapers don’t make money, maybe tomorrow’s will – by employing computer programs to replace human reporters.

CW Henderson is president and founder of NewsRX, an Atlanta-based software firm specializing in the use of artificial intelligence to deliver news content, said the software developed by his company is so good, there’s no reason any media company should employ humans based on the experience with several clients.

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​Monday, February 6, was something of a nightmare for reporter Karn Dhingra.

He covers city hall and county government for a small daily in Victoria, Texas – which sits about equal distance from San Antonio, Houston and Corpus Christi. Things started out great.

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​From the Village Voice, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017

 

Wayne Barrett, a legendary investigative reporter for the Village Voice, who for 37 years served as a tenacious check on New York’s powerful, died today in Manhattan. He was 71.

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​(N.Y.) The Wall Street Journal, one of the very few newspapers in the world to have seemingly weathered the collapse of the print news industry, announced late last month, they would be laying off employees at international bureaus in Europe and Asia.

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