Rall, Ted
December 2009
Boise Weekly;12/2/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p8
In this article the author discusses the future of journalism as people tend to be inclined with using digital and online media rather than print. He affirms that despite the fact that consumers do not pay for online content and online advertisers pay less for readers online than in print, not everyone in the sector is worried given the great results of creating digital contents. It affirms that many aspiring cartoonists and journalists are embracing the Web and digital media.


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