The correct answer is D.
Alisa Miller is the CEO of Public Radio International.
According to Alisa Miller television networks have reduced the number of foreign bureaus by more than 50% over the past two decades.
The number of foreign correspondents working for U.S. newspapers dropped by 25%.
The reasons for this reduction in international journalism are:
- The dangerous work in war zones across the world, for example, during the war in Iraq 156 journalists were killed.
- International journalism is expensive (bureaus, upkeep, travel, security).
- There is growing competition to old fashioned journalism (bloggers, citizen journalists).