Friday September 11, 2009 | Evolution of Journalism

September 9, 2009 at 11:16 am | Posted in Coming Up | 1 Comment

A conversation about how the media and journalism have evolved since the hardships of the 1930’s and the role that journalism plays in a democratic society. We’ll talk about the importance of media in our American democracy and about the future and evolution of the newspaper in the age of the Internet including the impact of bloggers, talk radio and social networking sites.
Dr. Guy Reel
– Asst. Professor of Mass Communications at Winthrop University
Dr. Karen Kedrowski – Professor and Chair of Political Science at Winthrop University
Paul Osmundson – Editor of The Rock Hill Herald

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  1. This is the best defense of the internet as a news source. It comes from “The Long Tail” by Chris Anderson.

    Since nothing on the Web is authoritative, it’s up to you to consult enough sources so that you can make up your own mind. This is the end of spoon-fed orthodoxy and infallible institutions, and the rise of messy mosaics of information that require – and reward – investigation. The sixties told us to question authority, but they didn’t provide us with the tools to do so. Now we have those tools. The question today is how best to use them without becoming overwhelmed by uncertainty.

    If you really want to understand the way the internet is changing the world this is a must read.

    -Tim Ernst
    Economics Major, UNC Charlotte

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