The current Columbia Journalism Review has a long, exhaustively-researched analysis of the digital information age, the role of journalists in informing citizens, and the capabilities of said citizens to become informed.

The sub-title is: “Journalism’s battle for relevance in an age of too much information.”

The title (including exclamation mark) is: “Overload!”

’nuff said?

Hat tip to Press Notes of the Society of Professional Journalists.



The current Columbia Journalism Review has a long, exhaustively-researched analysis of the digital information age, the role of journalists in informing citizens, and the capabilities of said citizens to become informed.

The sub-title is: “Journalism’s battle for relevance in an age of too much information.”

The title (including exclamation mark) is: “Overload!”

’nuff said?

Hat tip to Press Notes of the Society of Professional Journalists.

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