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Interview: C.W. Anderson and Emily Bell Discuss the Future of "Post-Industrial Journalism"

allthingsd.com
Last night, San Francisco got a high-dose injection of East Coast media experts. In an event space once belonging to the San Francisco Chronicle, New York University’s Clay Shirky, Columbia University’s Emily Bell and City University of New York’s C.W. Anderson sat down for an onstage interview with All...
Interview: C.W. Anderson and Emily Bell Discuss the Future of "Post-Industrial Journalism"

How can we build a future of post-industrial journalism?

gigaom.com
There’s been a lot written over the past few years about the future of the news industry — how the rise of the web and social media have disrupted it, and how traditional players like the New York Times and others can recover from this disruption and repair their business...
How can we build a future of post-industrial journalism?

Keen On... Emily Bell: Identifying The Massive Opportunities In Online Journalism [TCTV]

techcrunch.com
Few people are better equipped to imagine the future of online journalism than Emily Bell. Currently the Director of Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism, Bell was formerly director of digital content at the Guardian newspaper where she pioneered much of what we now take for granted about...
Keen On... Emily Bell: Identifying The Massive Opportunities In Online Journalism [TCTV]

Survive.

allthingsd.com
Our overall recommendation for new news organizations is even simpler than for journalists or for legacy organizations: Survive. –From a Columbia Journalism School report by CUNY’s C.W. Anderson, Columbia’s Emily Bell, and NYU’s Clay Shirky, entitled “Post-Industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present.”...
Survive.

The biggest roadblock to media success? A traditional culture of journalistic hubris

paidcontent.org
There have been plenty of post-mortems written on the traditional newspaper industry, and there are likely more in the works — and many portray the problem as a classic version of Clay Christensen’s “innovator’s dilemma,” one in which the main players see the storm of disruption approaching, and yet still...
The biggest roadblock to media success? A traditional culture of journalistic hubris
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