Newspapers of the future
will use the narrative style. Articles, by giving cause and effect,
will be more coherent. Stereotyped leads for stories will be
abandoned. These predictions were made by Harry Hansen, quiet and
seasoned journalist of the Chicago Daily News, who spoke to editors
during Journalism Week at the University of Missouri.
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