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Video: Consumers Divided on E-Books

The following video report was a collaborative effort of the News Literacy Project, De La Salle journalism students Bianca, Alma and Megan and NLP journalist fellow Kristina Budelis of The New Yorker. Consumers Divided on E-Books from De La Salle Academy on Vimeo. James Temos is a former book store manager who now sells books on the […]

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Slideshow: Some Readers Still Prefer Traditional Books

By Alma, Megan & Tayun People of all ages enjoy traditional books. This slideshow has images of people relaxing while enjoying reading traditional books and newspapers both in the park and in the library.

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Audio: Commuters Increasingly Turn to E-Readers

Many people escape the hustle and bustle of big city life by diving into a good book during their commute. But what makes for better subway reading material–digital or traditional books? As we found when we hit the New York City subways during the afternoon rush, that depends on whom you ask. The following audio […]

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Where Have All the Newspapers Gone?

By Joyce Granny’s way of life has been turned upside down, as her grandson tells her that she never has to touch a newspaper again or go to the newsstand because everything can be done in the palm of her hand. In the video, “Where Have All the Newspapers Gone?” the song juxtaposes opposite opinions about […]

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