Future of News Portal
Our traditional news media are in trouble. Newspapers are losing advertising revenue, television is losing viewers to the Internet, and journalists are losing their jobs due to rampant cost-cutting.
So what is the future of journalism? What are the winning online models? What role will bloggers and citizen reporters play? And will the once-mighty news industry survive in anything like the form we’ve known?
Hundreds of academics, journalists, business leaders and concerned citizens around the world are debating these issues. Paradigm-shifting factors at play. Winners and losers will emerge.
The Eqentia Future of News Portal is a neutral super-aggregator that collects, organizes and curates the complete set of conversations, thoughts and developments from the web (online, mainstream & social media) and key Twitter stakeholders.
Registered users may opt to receive a customizable daily news digest covering the last 24 hours of published content.
We welcome your feedback and suggestions.
Curator: Neil Sanderson
Neil has worked in the news media for more than 30 years, including radio, television, print and digital. He is a former Online Editor of the New Zealand Herald and Assistant Managing Editor of the Toronto Star. He blogs at neilsanderson.com and can be contacted here.
Average # of articles per day: 40
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