Journalism jobs not falling: Guardian boss

Britain’s journalism industry is not in decline, Paul Myners, chairman of the Guardian Media Group has told a House of Lords Communications Committee. Staff numbers across the industry were not falling, despite a perceived drop in the number of journalists working on British newspapers. Myners said economic pressures would make journalists work on new platforms rather than force them out of the industry. “If you define journalism in a broader sense I think there’s been no decline in journalism. They’re just working in a different medium. They’re working online, they’re working in blogs, they’re working on radio, they’re working in local television.”

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