It would be great if there were one news organization out there where you could find completely unbiased news every day. The truth is, there isn’t.
The answer lies in the failing business model of most newspapers and many media companies. More than one in five local newspapers has closed since 2004, according to a University of North Carolina study. This is largely because of a shift to digital formats.
These days, literacy cannot be overrated. In fact, we’d argue news literacy is a new core competency for the 21st century.