The American newspaper business is struggling and few know it better than Miami Herald copy editor Brayden Simms. In a cost-cutting move, his job is one of many expected to be outsourced to India. The Herald isn't alone. Major papers across the country are dramatically reducing staff, and a few are picking up the slack with help from abroad. Roy Peter Clark, senior scholar at the Poynter Institute, says it's a controversial issue in newsrooms even as industry woes continue. Guests: Brayden Simms, copy editor for the Miami Herald in Miami, Fla., Roy Peter Clark, senior scholar at the Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Fla., and Harsh Dutta, co-founder of Content Writing India in New Delhi.

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