Tech savvy journalists are the future of news
Jane Ruffino: Journalists who understand technology are the ones who will tell us the stories we really need to hear
In 1998, Pete Hamill wrote a book called News Is A Verb, a far-from-neutral account (close to a manifesto) about what news should be. This was back in the early years of the 24-hour cable networks, and the news cycle that never comes up for air.
Today, as has always been the case, business and technology giants are buying legendary old media brands, but they don’t all approach their new publications in the same way. Expertise...
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