Journalism Reborn

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Jason Shoup concites that what you really want is your 15 minutes of journalism, not your 15 minutes of fame:

But in 2011, who needs the evening news?  Who needs an anchor?  Who needs a reporter or a news crew?  They’ve become unnecessary middlemen in the era of direct, instant communication of citizen-reporters around the world, showing you what is happening in their lives.

People have been saying that the internet is the death of newspapers, and clearly it’s true. But if it’s the death of newspapers and traditional journalism, will it’ll also  destroy televised news as we know it?

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Posted: March 16th, 2011
at 7:48am by mnp


Categories: myninjaplease,et cetera,blogs,tele

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