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U.S. journalism really has become more subjective and personal — at least some of it

It’s easy to make broad claims about the American media. “They’re all just a bunch of leftists!” “It’s all run by fat-cat corporations!” “They don’t report the facts like they used to — now it’s all their opinion!”

The people making these claims aren’t always responsive to facts, but a broad new linguistic analysis out today tries to produce them. How is media today different from what it used to be, back in that simpler pre-web age?

Read the full article from Nieman Lab: U.S. journalism really has become more subjective and personal — at least some of it