A pair of articles worth mentioning:
The cost of reporting while female
That article by Anne Helen Petersen whose premise sounds an awful lot like my own writings here.
Both done in 2016.
In case you are averse to clicking links, here is the original poster:
Here is the visual memo that still serves as the header for this web site.
Gee, how original, CJR. How about trying to write while original.
The second article is all about how dreadful for press freedom it is that Newsweek fired their reporters for reporting on the company's dark deeds.
And the fact they never reported on their employer's questionable dealings before the authorities raided their offices wasn't a blow to press freedoms?
Because when you work for people like that, they give you no freedom to write on reality.
Hello-a! You are working in a place that has secrets that need to be kept secret. Just how much freedom do you think you ever had?
Think, Sherlock, think!
CJR has always been out-of-touch. No critical thought. No original thought. No thought whatsoever.
And when you do not have critical or original thoughts, or have no thought at all, here is one thought to go by:
If you are still wondering why journalism collapsed, it's because thinking is really not an easy thing for many in the profession.
Information-gathering requires an active, radical, vigilant, original, and skeptical mind.
Otherwise, you have a profession of glorified stenographers...