The kind of journalism we need is changing, but can journalists make the transition?

The kind of journalism we need is changing, but can journalists make the transition?

gigaom.com
New There’s no question that the journalism industry is in upheaval — not just because the business model underlying it has been disrupted, but because the whole way we create and consume information has been changed by social media and the internet, and the democratization of distribution they have created. Publishing...
The kind of journalism we need is changing, but can journalists make the transition?
                                       

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