Journalism 2017: What reporters must do

Reading Time: 6 minutesAbove: Journalists used to be much easier to identify. Image from Everett225/DepositPhotos A TechNewsTT Exclusive  In the four main installments of the Journalism 2017 series, the […]

Journalism 2017: A News Resurrection

Reading Time: 4 minutesAbove: Janice Jeffrey of the National Archives prepares issues of the Catholic News for preservation. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1102 for July 18, 2017 Kwynn Johnson, […]

Journalism 2017: The lost visual history

Reading Time: 5 minutesAbove: Getting from atoms to bits is the great challenge of modern digital archiving. Illustration by Andrea Danti/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1101 for July 11, 2017 It’s not as […]

Journalism 2017: The content dilemma

Reading Time: 5 minutesAbove: There will probably never again be a medium with the implied authority of stacked and locked lead type stamping ink on newsprint. Photo by Simone […]

Considering journalism in a digital age

Reading Time: 6 minutesAbove: Deborah Rayner delivered the keynote address, Journalism in the Digital Age. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. Click on images to enlarge. BitDepth#1113 for October 03, 2017. An […]

The Kalipersad Factor

Reading Time: 3 minutesAbove: Dominic Kalipersad, one year post-retirement. Photo from the Mr Kalipersad’s collection. I’ve known Dominic Kalipersad since I began my career as a photographer. Our first […]

Katy does

Reading Time: 4 minutesAbove: Katy Esquivel strikes a pose at the landmark Notting Hill Bookshop in London, a crucial pitstop for the incurably romantic. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. I […]

Suddenly, a hundred years later…

Reading Time: 5 minutesAbove: Among the dozens of images I shortlisted for this space, this photo, which ran under the headline Big Band Boom in the Sunday Magazine, is […]

On creating Wired 868

Reading Time: 3 minutesLasana Liburd. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. For the column Journalism 2017: Rethinking the Newsroom, I asked Lasana Liburd, Editor and Founder of the online publication Wired […]

The Labyrinth of Nuance, the Desert of Fact

Reading Time: 7 minutesIllustration by Mindscanner/DepositPhotos. When I read, “Journalism 2017: The Lost Visual History”, I sighed. It’s always been difficult for me to look around and see all […]

Mo’ photos, mo’ problems

Reading Time: 4 minutesAbove: The 2013 World Press Photo of the year shows two-year-old Suhaib Hijazi and her three-year-old brother Muhammad who were killed when their house was destroyed by […]

The pliability of perception

Reading Time: 5 minutesAbove: Is the pen mightier than the fact? Illustration by Lightsource/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1088 for April 11, 2017 There’s a real danger facing traditional media as it struggles to […]