New Convergence Newsletter - Dec-Feb
A new Convergence Newsletter is out. (In my other life I'm exec ed.)
I think it has several important pieces this month, including a look by Susan Keith and Leslie Jean-Thornton at how convergence has changed into "Webvergence" for many newsrooms. (Remember that long-ago "vision" of Media General in Tampa of converged TV and newspaper newsrooms? What were we thinking?)
John Coakley also has intriguing proposition -- stop just doing studies of journalists and start doing studies for them, taking into account their points of view.
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