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Where Journalism is Heading

by on May 27, 2013

Lola Odejobi

Now that it is 2013, journalism has changed tremendously. Instead of having newspapers, magazines, and books, all these mediums are now electronic. The Internet is a huge part of this change. These days, everyone is on the go and everything is on the go. Having books and different type of print media being electronic, is convenient for the average consumer now.  “There are many opportunities for doing good work in new ways,” says Anderson, Bell and Shirky in their essay, “Post Industrial Journalism.”   Would be journalists need to stay ahead of the times and learn to adapt to new technology. Keeping up with the times is the best way to succeed in present-day journalism.  In the essay, “Post Industrial Journalism,” it says that journalism requires new forms of organization. The five core beliefs are: journalism matters, good journalism has always been subsidized, the internet wrecks advertising subsidy, restructuring…

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