American journalist Seymour Hersh has much to say In a Q&A interview about the Internet’s impact on journalism:

“There is an enormous change taking place in this country in journalism. And it is online. We are eventually — and I hate to tell this to the New York Times or the Washington Post — we are going to have online newspapers, and they are going to be spectacular. And they are really going to cut into daily journalism. …We have a vibrant, new way of communicating in America. We haven’t come to terms with it. I don’t think much of a lot of the stuff that is out there. But there are a lot of people doing very, very good stuff.”

The interview is in the Jewish Journal.  Hat tip to Romenesko

American journalist Seymour Hersh has much to say In a Q&A interview about the Internet’s impact on journalism:

“There is an enormous change taking place in this country in journalism. And it is online. We are eventually — and I hate to tell this to the New York Times or the Washington Post — we are going to have online newspapers, and they are going to be spectacular. And they are really going to cut into daily journalism. …We have a vibrant, new way of communicating in America. We haven’t come to terms with it. I don’t think much of a lot of the stuff that is out there. But there are a lot of people doing very, very good stuff.”

The interview is in the Jewish Journal.  Hat tip to Romenesko

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