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Archives: December 17, 2014

“What if some of our beats were reimagined as seasons, with a bit more structure and focus, and a bit less permanence?” Matt Thompson
“The longer we wait, the more stories we miss, the more information we endanger, and the harder it is for us to adopt secure practices.” Katie Park
“Will virtual reality deliver a journalism experience and immerse our audience in the story in a way we couldn’t before? Or will it feel too intrusive?” Raney Aronson-Rath
“When it comes to native, publishers once again own the printing press.” Amanda Hale
“Understanding how the organization plans to sustain itself and grow isn’t a violation of Church and State.” Katherine Bell
“‘Liberal arts journalism is not dead, or even dying. It might actually be more robust than ever.” C.W. Anderson
“We never should have given in to that terrible word.” John Herrman
“For those of us with one foot in the print world and the other online, we need new systems that enable us to write once, run anywhere, and move fast.” Hayley Nelson
“International news brands have been paying serious attention to the country’s rapacious appetite for news for some time, but this year saw a marked step up.” Trushar Barot
“There’s a vast segment of America that wants to consume news, but isn’t as savvy and app-happy as journalists.” Heidi Moore