The Times published it's second last edition on Thursday, before it finally ends its print edition and goes digital only.
Stephen Grootes says the paper has managed to sustain what he describes as 'interrogated journalism'.
He says while the newspaper industry is dying, it's ethics should not die with it.
With some newspapers you get the whole story it's not just the press release, and with the Times and some newspapers you get lots of different sides and views, I call it interrogated journalism.— Stephen Grootes, 702 anchor
I am sad the The Times is closing but we mustn't let interrogated journalism shut down along with newspapers because if that happens we will actually be shutting down our democracy.— Stephen Grootes, 702 anchor
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