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“There is nothing a well established Blogger cannot do that a Times journalist can”

In Uncategorized on December 7, 2009 at 2:04 pm

Is this true or false?

Summarizing al the debates about the future of print, the future of journalism is this sentence :

“There is nothing a well established Blogger cannot do that a Times journalist can”…” To correctly translate the quote to cover the Watergate example, the quote would perhaps be “There is nothing a well established collaborative blog cannot do that a Times news team can”

What do you think about that?

What about source protection?

what about costs to produce information?

what about paid vs unpaid writer?

Answering these questions will help answering the big question about future of the News Media industry.

the debate is strong in this fake steve jobs post comments area..

samples of interesting comments

“The truth is, if newspapers want to survive they should go back to doing what they started out doing — muckraking, stirring the shit, calling bullshit.”

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