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ICYMI – Collapsing condos in Miami and a look into news industry trends

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism released their annual Digital News Report uncovering key trends in the journalism industry, including changes in how people access news and rising concerns about misinformation. The report examines the evolution of revenue models, the rise of visual social networks like TikTok and Instagram and the debate around impartially in the news industry.

In other news, rescue teams are still working to seek out survivors of a tragic building collapse in Miami on Thursday. The official death toll rose to 9 yesterday, but 150 people are still missing. International support has poured in as a response to the incident, with expert search and rescue teams from Israel and Mexico joining Miami-Dade County teams in the rescue mission.

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