Local and regional newspapers have dwindled all across the U.S. as print advertising revenues have shrunk.
But the U.S. isn't alone - there is a local news crisis all around the globe. In the second part of our series on the decline in local news with our partners at the Index on Censorship, a look at the problem in India, Poland and Argentina.
In these countries, traditional local news outlets face a host of problems: from populist governments to WhatsApp groups.
Joining the program:
- Rituparna Chatterjee, freelance reporter
- Adam Reichardt, editor, New Eastern Europe
- Irene Caselli, contributing editor, Index on Censorship
Producer: Edom Kassaye
Visual editor: Megan Smaltz
Studio production: Trevor Hook