Analyst: CNN has yet to fully adapt to being "digitally disrupted"

11/20/2013 | Hollywood Reporter (free content), The

CNN, in its first year under Jeff Zucker's leadership, has done well in developing new audiences for reality programming and documentaries but has struggled to attract regular viewers for its day-to-day offerings. "It's a new world," said Tom Rosenstiel, executive director of the American Press Institute. "And it's not a new world because of Fox News. It's a new world because of the Internet and social media. You can't just do what you tried to do, only better. You actually have to recognize that you've been digitally disrupted."

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