The old world of journalism is often depicted as gritty, aggressive, and methodical. Reporters work meticulously on one investigative story, that may take weeks, just to find the truth for their audience and own curiosity. We’ve built up journalism substantially since those times, creating a skyscraper of stories, platforms, and techniques. But, in creating this world of modern journalism, our foundation is beginning to crack and sink at an alarming rate. Like a skyscraper has many floors, modern journalism has many levels weighing heavily on our core.