The Baltic Times Reviews
Description:A weekly english newspaper highlighting news, business and culture issues of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Newest Review: ... meaning that the churnalism they produce will not be of sufficient quality. The downfall of The Baltic Times has been met with grief by the international and diplomatic communities in the three countries, which use The Baltic Times as an outside viewpoint to cross reference other opinions. The readership of The Baltic Times is unknown except that it is English speakers with an interest in ... more
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by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
The Baltic Times was up until now one of the most trustworthy sources of news in the Baltic countries - it had an external view point with foreign journalists free of any biases, it is independently owned and it is small enough not to have industry influences making problems for the staff. That was until recently when the management decided not to pay its staff and routed the editorial team and replaced them with local journalists. Since then the paper has stopped producing journalism, and instead makes "churnalism" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Churnalism). The staff are now no longer international, but all Russian speaking - a bone of ... Read the complete review
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