Wednesday, 2 September 2009

News organisations: own worst enemy shock

AN excellent piece from Robert Niles over at the Online Journalism Review about how newspapers may be their own worst enemies in the battle for survival.
Niles makes some persuasive points about the enormous amounts of corporate debt, employing people without sufficient knowledge or local experience and the assinine he said/ she said style reporting of politics are perhaps the most pertinent.
Though it pains us to say it.

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