The Future of Journalism

James Curran wrote an article entitled The Future of Journalism in 2010. In it, he laid out various different viewpoints of where journalism stands today and where it is headed. The predictions outlined varied from an apparent growing ‘crisis of journalism’, online journalism improving old-media journalism, and ‘pro-am’ (professional-amateur) partnerships. In this post, I am […]

The economics of news – a critique

Paul Bradshaw, an academic journalist blogger, posted on his Online Journalism Blog (OJB) a post entitled ‘How the web changed the economics of news‘ in 2009. In this, he detailed 12 changes news organisations needed to consider in order to cope with the ‘online revolution’ of journalism. While Bradshaw (2009) makes some very good and […]