To Our Readers

Someone once compared the news media to riding a horse. Lead it in the direction you want it to go, and it will serve you; otherwise, it takes you where it wants to go in order to serve itself. News viewers, readers, listeners, and many media professionals say the time has come to exercise greater control and to bring about a shift in the direction and use of journalism today.

But that's a big horse. Merely complaining about too much cynicism and spectacle hasn't altered the direction of the media establishment noticeably, if at all. Neither has indifference. So, what needs to happen?

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