Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Gatekeepers No More? Journalism in the Age of Web 2.0

In this day and age of Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and OhMyNews, how does the press adapt and find ways to survive? How does today’s journalism try and present its relevance in an age of information overload?

Meet Faith Salazar,who represents a growing number of Filipinos relying on new media technologies and tools for news and information. GMANews.TV's Howie Severino and Inquirer Group's JV Rufino present their views about and prospects for journalism amid rapid changes in the media landscape.

6 comments:

panyero said...

Maybe its just me, but I still find credibility on a traditional newspaper as compared to online sources.

Arizona Payroll Services said...

Correct and true.

compact said...

News papers including other print products are having a hard time selling. In the U.S. alone, big name news such as the LA Times. San Diego Tribune are losing money and making cuts. Most of the news will be moving online. Intersting blogs. Please drop by my posts when you can.

Reference Letters said...

Though the social media has taken out the other media..many countries still rely on reading news papers!

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Mariko Manlulo said...

Nice post!

 
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