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Delivering newspapers was a gateway drug into the business of journalism. Years after I began writing, my mother kept teasing me that newspaper ink had permanently tainted my blood.
The future of journalism doesn’t only belong to monolithic media houses, there is a role for journalists as trusted sources of information.
“Since 1997,Guardian Media has learned how to deal with a newsroom and how to not deal with a newsroom.” – Nicholas Sabga
Digital publishers are still operating with the same presumptions that prevailed when they produced a product composed of atoms, the outdated notion they are competing with each other.