Nieman Reports

Winter 2008

The Search for True North: New Directions in a New Territory

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In this time of accelerating change, how journalists do their work and what elements of journalism will survive this digital transformation loom as questions and concerns. By heading in new directions and exploring the potential to be found in this new territory of interactivity and social media, journalists – and others contributing to the flood of information – will be resetting the compass bearing of what constitutes “true north” for journalism in our time.

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In Search for True North

Winter 2008: Introduction

By Features December 15, 2008

In this time of accelerating change, how journalists do their work and what elements of journalism will survive this digital transformation loom as questions and concerns. By heading in new directions and exploring the potential to be found in this new territory of interactivity and social media, journalists – and others contributing to the flood of information – will be resetting the compass bearing of what constitutes “true north” for journalism in our time. – Melissa Ludtke, Editor Read more

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Blogs, Wikis, Social Media—And Journalism

Political Video Barometer

By Technology December 22, 2008

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