Michael Gerson opines in The Washington Post:
Like the nearby Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, the Newseum — Washington’s museum dedicated to journalism — displays dinosaurs. On a long wall near the entrance, the front pages of newspapers from around the country are electronically posted each morning — the artifacts of a declining industry. Inside, the high-tech exhibits are nostalgic for a lower-tech time when banner headlines and network news summarized the emotions and exposed the scandals of the nation.
Is journalism dying or evolving? (Click on graph for its separate source.)