|Would you say the journalism blog is revolutionizing the profession?
Yes. But it can be good or bad, certainly we don't know yet.
Yes it is but I personally don't see it as true journalism, it's a style of news writing perhaps like a column that's simply become an online format. There is certainly a place for blogs and citizen journalism but it shouldn't completely replace hard news formats.
No, the biggest mistake newspapers ever made was to start blogging - it made anyone on par with professionals, and muddied the business.
Hmmn, just because there's somewhere to say it, doesn't always make it worth saying
Definitely! It's a great way to expand the conventions and styles of journalism to a more accessible platform.
We can say that. The usual news vehicles must offer more content and get closer to the reader as possible, like the blogs
A bit. There's more comment that's instantly available
In some respects - unfortunately the misuse of language, bad reporting and direct lifting of press release material is not doing the profession any good.
Yes I would. But I would also say that people will always value people who are able to present stories in a professional well-crafted way.
Evolution is the word.
Exclusively blogs? Not really. But are the top-notch bloggers — who not only invest their time, but also strive for the very best writing and reporting possible — pushing us to do better? Yes.
Blogs are a tool, just one in a box of tools. But it's the same for newspapers, TV, or radio. There isn't one type of media that is singularly powerful enough to revolutionize all the others. Each method influences, but no media outlet is better or more powerful than the rest.
Full disclosure: I've maintained a blog of some sort since 2004.
I would say it is revolutionizing the way journalists interact with the news and their readers.
Through my blog, readers are kept well informed without bias and comment freely without confinement. There is interaction between reader and journalist. My readers are from around the world and all are interested in the same thing - unbiased, informative journalism. That is not something any news agency today can claim.
Absolutely not. Bloggers are mostly trying to mimic "real" journalists. I have not seen any extraordinarily innovative stuff in years.
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