The annual Reuters Institute digital journalism predictions report is out. Go download it.
But a paper published last month in Teaching and Teacher Education reaches the opposite conclusion. The digital native is a myth, it claims: a yeti with a smartphone.
The phrase “digital native” is a great bozo test: anyone using it these days is probably a bozo who hasn’t done their research.
Martin Belam argues that the lack of digital understanding amongst political journalists is hindering reporting. He's right.
One of the leading online voices about digital journalism has passed, and we are the poorer for his loss.
Like the French at the battle of Agincourt, the mainstream media are losing the culture war, because the enemy has better weapons. Are we prepared to fight a 21st century information war?
Encouraging people to click is not the same thing as clickbaiting.
How many words a day is sustainable for a journalist who's actually doing some research?
Demand for Hacks/Hackers London tickets massively outstrips supply. And that's exactly the way it should be.
Om Malik skewers the mindsets that is binding journalism to its past.
A slide from a former student on City's Interactive Journalism MA contains an important truth about digital journalism