Steve Buttry has a great piece: Media lessons from ‘The Wright Brothers’: What historic stories are we missing today?
The lesson here is to be open minded and look for the unusual.
Today this can also be applied to looking for connections between international and local events.
Maybe local reporters may not be missing out on history, but they could be missing out on excellent stories by not digging deeper into local immigrant communities or economic connections with the rest of the world.
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