“Rekindling the Passion for Print” examines current issues facing print publications and what can be done to remedy dwindling sales in the digital age. The piece makes a case for longform and watchdog journalism as a key way to distinguish print from digital publications. Author Gretchen A. Peck interviewed Carey Institute Vice-Chair Josh Friedman and featured the Carey Institute’s Nonfiction Program in the piece. “What we’re doing at the Carey Institute is to fill the void as much as possible, in hopes that someone will come along with an economic model that in the long run will solve this problem,” said Friedman. “But in the short run, if you don’t have long-form journalism, you don’t have a democracy.” Read the full article here.