Opinion: Investigative journalism is not dying, it’s adapting

<p>Ted Bridis</p>

Ted Bridis

This article was originally published on the Tampa Bay Times website. 

As digital media changes how we consume information, and newsrooms scramble for resources, we need to train the next generation of reporters to keep journalism accountable.

Ensuring that journalism continues to have integrity — by subscribing to local news outlets, supporting nonprofit media and demanding transparency from elected officials — is a shared civic duty in a democracy. And higher education institutions, nonprofits and news organizations are playing a vital role in keeping the Fourth Estate relevant and essential to American life.

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Ted Bridis April 24, 2024