A chance to reinvent journalism

Halcrow, Allan
January 1998
Workforce;Jan1998, Vol. 77, p4
Comments on predictions on the expected demise of print media with increased usage of the Internet. Similar predictions during the introduction of video tapes and motion pictures; Difference of purposes served by the print and online media; Opportunity for reinventing journalism through Internet technology.


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