Apr 22, 2016

#48 Finding Solutions in News: David Bornstein — How Do We Fix It?

In this episode, we interview David Bornstein, who writes for the Fixes blog of The New York Times and is co-founder of SolutionsJournalismNetwork.org. "The news tends to focus far more on what's wrong than on the credible efforts around the world of people who are trying to fix things, whether they are successful or not." David tells us.  "I think the main thing is that the...

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