sábado, 20 de marzo de 2010

No nos quedaremos en el paro, periodistas

Al menos es lo que dice Lee Rainie, Director del Pew Internet & American Life Project:
There is every reason to think that high quality, ethically sound journalism will be alive and well after our grandchildren are dead… citizens understand the importance of it.

News organizations are trying to adapt to the new realities that will allow them to provide it, and there will always be a portion of the population who deeply cares about public life and civic life and the way that public institutions perform. And there will be ways for them to tell their stories and learn about what’s going on in their communities.

Es decir, que hay futuro para algunos. Esperemos que sean los mejores.

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