The Value of Slow Journalism in the Age of Instant Information

August 19, 2015

As news cycles speed up, ‘slow’ long forms story tellers and journalists take months — even years to report and tell in-depth stories. A more than interesting perspective on what it actually takes to produce great content!

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What Will Happen to Journalism in 2015?

February 1, 2015

Harvard’s Nieman Lab asked around 60 people to predict what the next year will look like for journalism. Latoya Peterson mentioned, “We have to stop thinking about how to leverage whatever hot social platform is making headlines and instead spend time understanding how communication is changing.” Rasmus Kleis Nielsen talked about social media, “Digital intermediaries like Google and Facebook increasingly face political issues both at home and abroad.” And Jacob Harries stated, “The wave of bullshit data is rising, and now it’s our turn to figure out how not to get swept away.” What do you think?

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