Journalism is forced to re-invent itself at regular intervals and always has been[,] whenever the changing context of economics, law, technology and culture shifts the ground beneath it. Re-invention and experiment are the only constants in journalism’s history.
George Brock, Head of Journalism at City University London, argues that journalism is not in peril and that innovation has always been a part of the industry in his new book, Out of Print. He lays out some of his reasoning in Spike the gloom – journalism has a bright future. (via onaissues)