I've tried to cover a good many of the ways in which journalism has changed in various recent MMJ Masterclasses.
In the introduction to Masterclasses 22-25 I used this bullet-pointed list of how reporting been transformed. I said:
"The key elements in this revolution are these:
- The birth of new journalistic forms – key among them curation and live blogging
- Smartphones that give everyone the ability to broadcast live, multimedia content from anywhere, any time
- New mobile, geo-location platforms that combine news and community, and root reporting to place
- World-changing events that can’t be covered adequately by traditional journalists using traditional means of reporting
- The demand from many – call them citizen journalists or just eye witnesses - to be part of the reporting process"
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