How old attitudes and technology are holding journalism back

01/21/2013 |

Traditional journalists' image of themselves as lone public servants is one of the stumbling blocks that have prevented the newspaper industry from adapting to the times, journalism professor C.W. Anderson says in a new book. In addition, legacy technology and stagnant management have caused news organizations to "behave in deeply irrational ways," including a stubborn commitment to the idea that journalism must consist only of reporting original news.

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