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    December 06, 2009


    Roberta Rosenberg

    What do you think of Newsweek's approach, David? Go lean, focus on analysis and subscribers who think paying for analysis is a good value?

    David Reich

    Roberta, I haven't really been following Newsweek's progress. In theory, it seems to make sense, but I don't know if it really differs much from what's already out there.

    Roberta Rosenberg

    I've been a long time Newsweek reader/subscriber. My sense is they're comfortable expressing a particular point of view which before I didn't see play out quite so obviously. The recent Palin cover is certainly evidence of that. All things begin equal, I don't think the 'old' Newsweek would have put that image on its cover.

    Jeanne Byington


    I depend on newspaper reporters for their noses for news—a specialty, like truffle pigs for that delicacy--and their investigative techniques and expertise.

    Further, a reporter on his/her beat can’t easily be hoodwinked.

    Who is going to pay for this priceless background and talent--surely not citizen journalists? We will suffer as a country and too easily be led down inappropriate garden paths without the traditional, legitimate press as it has evolved.

    isabella warner

    Took me time to read all the comments, but I enjoyed the article.

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