The Guardian has printed the full text of the 2007 Hugo Young Memorial Lecture that New York Times executive editor Bill Keller gave at Chatham House. In it, Keller attributes the beleaguered state of the industry to the Internet, the Bush administration and — above all — a loss of faith among newspapers themselves.
The Press Gazette has printed an abridged version if you’re only interested in the highlights.
Hat tip to SPJ Press Notes.
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