Redefining journalism

Journalists need to go beyond relaying facts.  That’s one of the coping mechanisms recommended by Columbia Journalism’s study released Wednesday on the future of news.  Written by C.W. Anderson, Emily Bell and Clay Shirky, it outlines today’s trends and how some news groups are dealing with them.  It’s an interesting read juxtaposed against the Philippines’ basic problems. Two issues tackled by Rappler: media corruption, which Media Nation discussions say could taint 9 out of 10 Filipino journalists today; and the line between professional journalists and bloggers.

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