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Roy Harris warns on disappearance of newspapers

Posted by guest  August 12, 2009 07:54 PM

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Amid the precarious state of newspapers today, longtime journalist Roy J. Harris Jr. finds beacons of inspiration. His book "Pulitzer's Gold" recounts newspapers' historical role of public service, offering a warning of what could be lost if newspapers disappear. The Hingham resident will be at the Brookline Booksmith on Aug. 27 as part of a panel discussing such issues as the future of journalism. He spoke about his book and the publishing business in an interview with The Globe.

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