Post Industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present
by C.W. Anderson, E. Bell, C. Shirky
Publisher: Tow Center for Digital Journalism 2012
Number of pages: 126
This essay is part survey and part manifesto, one that concerns itself with the practice of journalism and the practices of journalists in the United States. It is not, however, about 'the future of the news industry', both because much of that future is already here and because there is no such thing as the news industry anymore.
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