“Don’t let the graybeards and naysayers sway you, the Web is the greatest thing to ever happen to journalism.
This is the turning of the tide. It’s when journalism begins meaning so much more in people’s lives. It finally gives people a voice.
It’s 24/7 news that you want. It’s deeper background. It’s more interactivity.
It’s a conversation. It’s what the news always should have been.
The newspaper never has, never could and never will hold a candle to the power and depth of online journalism. It’s the past, and this is the future:
- News that you want, when you want — on any subject.
- News in the formats that you want that best tell each individual story.
- News that you can get from anywhere in the world on myriad of devices.
- News with deeper background and content.
The Web is not killing journalism. Journalism is more alive than ever, but the Web will kill many journalists and journalism organizations unwilling to change, unwilling to deliver news that matters to people and unwilling to deliver news to people in the formats that matter to them.”