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Journalism adapts to new technologies

Gianna Vitale
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Gianna Vitale
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Thinking of the number of times you see a newspaper in someone’s hands compared to a cell phone or a computer mouse, the difference seems immense. Many people are convinced that the art of journalism is dead. Looking deeper into the delivery of news, it’s clear that journalism is merely changing to keep up with technological demands of the 20th century. The rumored death of “print” journalism was created with the help of financial difficulties ...


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