“I made this point at the very end of the evening, that much of the problem in news organisations is down to broken management structures and dysfunctional management techniques. Bad decisions are being made by people unwilling to listen to those with the knowledge, but who are several paygrades down the food chain. Good journalists do not always make good managers and, ironically, are not always the best communicators.”
The New New Journalism,Suw Charman-Anderson
O encontro do POLIS/LSE Media Group, dedicado aos novos caminhos do jornalismo, deu algumas opiniões interessantes. Percebe-se que existem muitas perspectivas diferentes e algumas até bastante controversas. Para ler e comentar aqui.
The POLIS/LSE Media Group event dedicated to the new paths for journalism gave some interesting opinions. It is clear that there are different perspectives, even a few quite controversial. To read and comment here.
“Information must be the master of the technology and not the other way round.”
“There is nothing at all essential, vital or needed about journalism. As technology develops, roles for editor and journalists will still exist, but the relationship will bear no resemblance to what they are now.”
“We’re in danger within journalism of losing and forgetting what it is that we do and what it is that we need journalism to do in society. Journalists are simply becoming information managers.”
Finding the ‘new new journalism’ , Laura Oliver – Journalism.co.uk