Tag: inequality

by Nonny de la Peña

Journalism is dead! Long live journalism! And so it goes as we continue on through the process of Schumpeter’s gale of creative destruction. With pay walls that come and go and come again (or hacked with four lines of code) and linkbacks ever so briefly taking it on the chin, how is it that we [...] more »

by Benjamin Melançon

Where will today’s journalists will find tomorrow’s jobs, Amy Gahran asks, and partially answers, in a recent Idealab post. She opened by quoting Alan Abbey, a commenter on her Poynter blog, discussing journalists’ job losses: this downturn does feel similar to the widespread closures of coal mines and steel mills 25-30 years ago. What can [...] more »