A newspaper is complete. It is finished, sure of itself, certain. By contrast, digital news is constantly updated, improved upon, changed, moved, developed, an ongoing conversation and collaboration. It is living, evolving, limitless, relentless.Newer tools are overwhelming established industries - and journalism is no different. A more recent story here.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
The rise of the reader: journalism in the age of the open web [Article]
Katherine Viner is the editor-in-chief of Guardian Australia. This is the text of her AN Smith lecture in Melbourne during October. Or you can watch the hour-long video here.