NPR’s On the Media, November 26, 2010
As the relentless drug violence in Mexico continues to escalate, many local and regional papers have decided to stop covering the story altogether lest they be targeted. That’s according to a recent study by MEPI, an investigative project that set out to quantify what had been, up to this point, merely anecdotal. Ana Arana, director of the project, explains the findings and what it might mean for news consumers in Mexico.
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