The on going discussion of print journalism and the future seems to be a negative one with the ability to obtain news for free online and with such ease now. 162 more words
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Never before has the internet overpowered print organisations in such a way as the present day. People are taking to Twitter to express their colourful opinions, to collect their daily dosage of news, and to explore the infinite nooks and crannies that social media has to offer. 213 more words
There is not one unique business model that can be put in place to rescue declining print products, according to George Brock, Head of Journalism at City University.
We all love a good ‘Print is Dead’ story. These crop up regularly, in part because there is often substance to them, but also because journalists and especially sensational (web) journalists often go for big punchy titles – and these type of definitive statements make for good copy. 696 more words
On reading George Brocks 21st century journalism blog post I thought he shared some very valid points and shed a positive light on the future of journalism when he said, “the generative energy needed to adapt the ideals of journalism to radically new possibilities does exist.” 244 more words