Felix Gutierrez

Professor of Journalism, University of Southern California

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Professor of Journalism at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism

Felix Gutierrez on KCRW

More and more Californians are getting their news on the Internet, which means they're getting for free what it costs newspapers a lot of money to gather and publish.

The Future of Newspapers in California

More and more Californians are getting their news on the Internet, which means they're getting for free what it costs newspapers a lot of money to gather and publish.

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If you haven’t been watching, reading, or listening to the local news media, this is the week that  Mayor Villaraigosa  told a  news conference  about his affair with  Mirthala Salinas…

The Mayor and The TV Reporter

If you haven’t been watching, reading, or listening to the local news media, this is the week that Mayor Villaraigosa told a news conference about his affair with Mirthala Salinas…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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