Journalists Navigate New Waters

Williams, Lisa
December 2007
Nieman Reports;Winter2007, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p70
The author offers opinions on the future of the newspaper industry. Layoffs of reporters, editors, and other personnel at most major U.S. newspapers is noted. The author compares this to her own experience in the high technology field. The author states journalists have no recourse but to innovate their way to a new model for their business, as the traditional one has collapsed beyond repair.


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