Sights and Sounds of a Newspaper's Editorials

Albright, Susan
December 2006
Nieman Reports;Winter2006, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p70
The article deals with the use of Internet in journalism. New Web tools have allowed journalists to provide readers new ways of responding to their job. The expanded opportunities for journalists are indeed wide open, from recording audio and video to developing new blogging and podcasting trends. Hence, the ability of new technological innovations to provide efficient access to news-related documents have contributed to journalists to save time and efforts. Readers can instantly provide feedback.


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