Jay Rosen's Flying Seminar In The Future of News

From Jay Rosen:

As the crisis in newspaper journalism grinds on, people watching it are trying to explain how we got here, and what we’re losing as part of the newspaper economy crashes. Some are trying to imagine a new news system. I try to follow this action, and have been sending around the best of these pieces via my Twitter feed. It’s part of my experiment in mindcasting, which you can read about here.

I've not read all of it, but there's some good stuff in there.

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