Friday, September 26, 2014

Quote, unquote: Treating journalism as a service

"Journalists often seem to believe that their job is to tell the reader what they think is important or relevant, rather than thinking of journalism as a service that they are providing, one in which the reader’s needs or desires are paramount, rather than the journalistic instincts of the author. Approaching news as a service or — even worse — as a product is seen as somehow beneath them."
-- Matthew Ingram at Gigaom, talking about the fundamental shift in power between publisher and reader



Anonymous Paul Park said...

So I should spend more time writing about Kim & Kanye or Taylor Swift rather than explaining why we are bombing ISIS or why First Nations women have been disappearing?

11:39 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well it seems like you should know the answer to that question. Doubtful they are coming you to for both. Pick one.

3:10 pm  

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