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A vividly graphic timeline depicting the evolution of Vermont newspapers in relation to the major events of the day both in Vermont and the nation.
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Share Your Opinion
In today's world of digital communication and information distribution, many believe that the days of copy deadlines, newsprint and ink are numbered. Already, the paper with Vermont's largest circulation is owned by a national conglomerate. How long can the rest hold out?
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About the Project
Purpose & Mission
The goal of the project is to examine the role of the newspaper industry in Vermont. This is achieved by the viewing of our documentary, "Headline Vermont" and through a statewide campaign to engage school students learning about local history and who are interested in journalism as a career.
People & Papers
Learn more about the people and the newspapers featured in this documentary
Daniel J. Lyons
A freelance television producer, director of photography and cinematographer.
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