[Air-L] Death and rebirth of journalism
M.Allen at exchange.curtin.edu.au
Fri Oct 16 10:00:08 PDT 2009
Another interesting panel at BWE- alarming comment just made from someone on panel who is old media
- "how many of you in the audience want to be journalists? - he then says, well, in future, there's not going to be someone to employ you, because there are so few journalism jobs" does this get the blogosphere? Is it a view of old media that new media is wannabe? Surely the point is when will all journalists become bloggers, not the other way around.
Rosen (NYU) and Solis (CNN) arguing politely about fact checking and ethics; Rosen gets round of applause for pointing out that newsrooms are not havens of perfect ethics and factuality!
http://bit.ly/25Jpcm (sorry for spotty blogging - hard to follow debate)
Dr Matthew Allen
Associate Professor and Head of Department, Internet Studies
School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts
Curtin University of Technology, CRICOS 00301J Australia
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