PR eats into quality journalism: UK study

Journalists today produce three times more copy but less original reportage than they did 20 years ago, according to a Cardiff University study. Result: heavy reliance on ‘pre-packaged’ news. “Newspapers have turned into copy factories,” a correspondent said. “This leaves less time for real investigations, or meeting and developing contacts.”

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