Tag: collective agenda

by Dan Schultz

We all know that the “audience” analogy no longer represents the way journalism should work. We know that the people reading the news have opinions, perspectives, and facts that are relevant to the conversation. Some of them just have observations, but others are reporters at heart or maybe they have the wordsmithing abilities of a […] more »

by Dan Schultz

So far I have avoided bringing up specific events and breaking stories here even when they might illustrate relevant uses of digital media. The reason for this is that I’m not really a reporter, but I’ve been watching something play out over the Internet and it is just too interesting to pass up. I’m talking […] more »