“Can vice save journalism?” asks Maureen Dowd.
“We need life rafts,” she wrote in The New York Times. “Publications once buoyed by splashy ads evoking drinking and sex are now conjuring ways to use drinking and sex to subsidize the news.”
Yay! Wine clubs and dating services. That’s our ticket to survival!
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