Charles N. Davis, Ph.D. School of Journalism. The Media of the Future. The economic model for journalism is melting… Top-down institutions are giving way to nimble new players with alternative models… Never has been there been greater opportunity for upstarts!. The Key: Disruptive Technology.
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Charles N. Davis, Ph.D.
School of Journalism
The Media of the Future
The economic model for journalism is melting…
Top-down institutions are giving way to nimble new players with alternative models…
Never has been there been greater opportunity for upstarts!
Programming and journalism are melding…
First, there was Politifact
Then came a spate of innovation…computer-generated journalism? It’s possible…
And why not share the primary documents?
To say nothing of computational journalism, emerging with tools like Jigsaw
The Washington Post
The non-profit Texas Tribune compares Texas governor’s travel agenda with other guvs…
The New York Times brings it all together in A Year At War
That are high social and interactive…like TBD
Advocacy and journalism are merging…
Child care facilities