Margaret Sullivan

Author; former media columnist, The Washington Post

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Writer, former media columnist for The Washington Post and author

Margaret Sullivan on KCRW

Media critic Margaret Sullivan sees a crisis in democracy – before and after the November elections.  She calls it a test for the political news media.

Will news media step up to face the threat to democracy?

Media critic Margaret Sullivan sees a crisis in democracy – before and after the November elections. She calls it a test for the political news media.

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A groundbreaking antitrust lawsuit filed last month in federal court could revive the battle between old and new media. A West Virginia newspaper company is suing Google and Facebook.

Newspaper group sues Facebook and Google over what it says are monopolistic practices

A groundbreaking antitrust lawsuit filed last month in federal court could revive the battle between old and new media. A West Virginia newspaper company is suing Google and Facebook.

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Will mass shootings become part of America’s background noise?     That’s an ugly prospect raised by the deaths of 34 people this week in Texas, Ohio and California.

What will it take to prevent mass shootings?

Will mass shootings become part of America’s background noise?   That’s an ugly prospect raised by the deaths of 34 people this week in Texas, Ohio and California.

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