What We Can Learn From West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Water Crisis Coverage

Feb 24, 2014
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While many would argue West Virginians were not lab rats after the Elk River chemical spill and the subsequent water crisis, in some ways, our news team was just that. Without a doubt, news is an ever-evolving platform in the 21st century and, with that in mind, NPR Digital Services breaks down our coverage over the past seven weeks.

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When thousands of gallons of a chemical spilled into a river in West Virginia in January, leading to a water crisis that affected over 300,000 people, West

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