Five myths about the future of journalism

There are few things journalists like to discuss more than, well, themselves and the long-term prospects for their industry. How long will print newspapers survive? Are news aggregation sites the future? Or are online paywalls — such as the one the New York Times just launched — the way to go? As media organizations plot their future, it’s worth discarding some misconceptions about what it will take to keep the press from becoming yesterday’s news. Full Story »

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This is a must read article for all writers - paid and non-paid. Great article.

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I don't think this is good journalism but at the same time I don't think it is bad journalism. This article is insightful and answers questions that I have asked before. Throughout this article there are no citations which is bad journalism. One cannot be sure that the facts and statistics in this article are valid. Other than that it is relevant, organized.

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