The Daily Chart: Media Free-Fall Continues

The news over the weekend that Washington Post editor-designate Rob Winnett will not assume the job after a staff revolt inside the money- and reader-losing paper ratifies Andrew Sullivan’s famous thesis from a few years ago that “we all live on campus now.” Media organizations now resemble self-governing college faculties, with the same result.

I got to thinking how little I use my online Washington Post subscription any more, even for opposition research (which is why I still subscribe to the NY Times online), so I canceled it this morning. It is not even worth reading to keep up with leading leftist opinion and fake news coverage.

And so the collapse of media institutions continues:

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