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The End Of Independent Journalism

This weekend's late-night funnies: John Oliver is worried about the future of independent journalism. Should you be?
photo of Mauro Whiteman
August 4, 2014

Native advertising has become a strong source of income for struggling news organizations, but John Oliver is worried that it might have broken down the wall between journalism and advertising — what some in the business call the separation of church and state. Luckily, he's got a solution.

Plus: Kia joins the list of automakers in hot water.

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