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Artificer: Recent Decisions in <i>The News & Observer</i>’s Arts Journalism Expose the Downside of “Reader-Focused Coverage”

Artificer: Recent Decisions in The News & Observer’s Arts Journalism Expose the Downside of “Reader-Focused Coverage”

Raleigh's paper of record has embraced the algorithm method and sworn off spinach. What does it mean for readers and the health of local arts?

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Artificer: Recent Decisions in The News & Observer’s Arts Journalism Expose the Downside of “Reader-Focused Coverage”

Artificer Raleigh's paper of record has embraced the algorithm method and sworn off spinach. What does it mean for readers and the health of local arts?

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