Nieman Reports

Winter 2000

Technology Is Changing Journalism Just as It Always Has

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Our journey into the digital future begins with an essay by Tom Regan, associate editor of The Christian Science Monitor’s Web site. His advice: Remember that technology is changing journalism, “as it always has;” wireless is the next publishing realm, and the Web—as a news distribution method—is (almost) already dead.

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The Internet, Technology and Journalism: Peering Into the Digital Future

Winter 2000: Peering Into the Digital Future Introduction

By Technology December 15, 2000

Our journey into the digital future begins with an essay by Tom Regan, associate editor of The Christian Science Monitor’s Web site. His advice: Remember that technology is changing journalism, “as it always has;” wireless is the next publishing realm, and the Web—as a news distribution method—is (almost) already dead. Read more

Taming Online News for Wall Street

By Technology December 15, 2000

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. The cybernetic tablets inscribed back when the Internet was beginning to become a sensation—let’s say the mid-1990’s—promised many wonderful things, including a rebirth of journalistic independence, new media … Read more

E-Mail Deluge

By Technology December 15, 2000

… A number of Web sites now make it very easy for activists to create e-mail campaigns quickly and Web petitions for little or no money. And many of these RELATED ARTICLE … Read more

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