|Would you say the journalism blog is revolutionizing the profession?
No, because not enough people read them. It is still harder to get access to a blog then to TV, radio or newspapers and the majority of readers still get their news from more traditional and readily available mediums. To go to a specific blog takes time, therefore blogs tend to be read by groups that already have a interest in the topic the bloggers or groups are discussing.
I firmly believe that the future of journalism is in new media, blogging being one of them.
Yes, it's a good way to write what you want and hone your skills.
Not really, Blogging is sometimes a burst of an opinon. Though at times this help.
Not the profession but certainly everyone has got the right platform to voice their opinions.
It is. And it is great because it gives the public a chance for feedback, to express themselves.
Yes. It gives journalists an option to put up their thoughts unrestricted.
I don't think it is revolutionizing it. The blog is another tool for journalists - to promote themselves and express their opinions in a way that's not acceptable in print. That's all it is.
It hasn't happened in this part of the world. I wonder if it ever will, with Internet penetration per population head still low.
Not exactly. I feel, it only helps in the process. Here I should say, there is more freedom of expression.
Could be. too early to tell...
Ah, yes, I guess so. As a junior reporter (I've been only working at the journalism field for two years) , I'm not yet listed as having the quality to write for the opinion pages; though in my field it is often I understand the problems better than the editors.
So, yes, I guess journalism blog is a breakthrough. I can write what I like, what I want, from my own points of view on many things on my own blog.
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