Perhaps the trepidation is because the people who deliver today’s news — journalists and publishers — are the ones who could be the most displaced by the change.
Most of today’s news organizations — newspapers, magazines, radio stations, television networks, etc. — will look drastically different in a decade or so.
Many will disappear, and only the resourceful will thrive. But for the consumer and for society, that is a necessary step toward improvement.
As technology continues to evolve, and as new business models emerge, information gathering and distribution will become better than ever. [read full article http://j.mp/mWlxHP]
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