By paulgillin | July 8, 2007 - 7:40 pm - Posted in Fake News

Mark Glaser offers “10 Reasons There’s a Bright Future for Journalism” touching on many of the themes I outline in my own essay on this topic. If one can stop mourning the end of the traditional model of one-to-many journalism and think about the exciting possibilities of involving multiple voices and perspectives in the process of reporting and presenting the news, then the future looks pretty exciting.



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