In this week's issue of the Boston Phoenix -- in print tomorrow, online now -- I use the manic New Hampshire primary week to examine a shift in how Presidential campaigns are covered.
I write that fewer newspapers are putting reporters "on the bus" with candidates, while a proliferation of national political-niche outlets are eagerly taking their place.
The change could be affecting how Americans are following the campaigns. I raise the questions -- plus get a couple of fun quotes from Mike Barnicle and John Heilemann.
Read it here and let me know what you think: Bus Stopped