The Future of Journalism…in one word

For my Publishing in the Information Age class at Pitt, I decided to create a word cloud to coincide with my final project.

I asked journalists, editors, writers and classmates around campus to describe the future of journalism in one word. This is what I got:

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4 responses to “The Future of Journalism…in one word

  1. Broke.

    drtombibey.wordpress.com

    • Thanks for reading, Tom.

      The future of newspapers, perhaps, but not the future of journalism. The print can die, but the need for journalism cannot.

      My choice would’ve been “optimistic.”

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