Friday, June 27, 2008

Semi-Pro Journalism

Friday, June 27, 2008

The always insightful Jay Rosen offers his thoughts about the rise of semi-pro journalism, which were inspired by a Personal Democracy Forum panel. The NYU professor says today's press freedom landscape is shared territory with professional and amateur zones. The result is a cluster of open systems, closed systems and trauma in the press.

Rosen oversees, a McCormick Foundation-funded project that explores how journalists can use online social networks to improve beat reporting.

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