Friday, January 23, 2004

Exciting times:
There seems to be a real dialogue (multilogue?) going on right now about the state of the news business, credibility and interactivity. Besides the links I've pointed to today and yesterday, more:
  • Tom Mangan, in "Earth to Mr. Clifton" disputes the Plain Dealer editor's latest blog entry about whether readers think papers aren't biased.
  • Tim Porter discusses Jay Rosen's comments about the Press as a political player, and says:
      "Newspapers must break free of the self-important institutional mindset of "the press" and pursue individual identities that establish them not as political players, a role that looks inward to the makers of news, but as servants of the community, a role that faces outward to the readers of news."


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