Monthly Archives: June 2011

Now available: Networked, a history of news in transition (read the intro here!)

Polity Press is releasing my book this month. Networked: A Contemporary History of News in Transition examines the changes taking place in journalism, the conditions that brought them about, and the characteristics shaping news now and in the future. I … Continue reading

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The Purpose of Journalism

Over Memorial Day weekend at the ICA conference in Boston I spoke on a panel about the purpose of journalism organized by Ted Glasser. Ted posed the question, “Does the recent and rapid computerization of communication invite a fundamental reconsideration … Continue reading

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