In September, Index on Censorship magazine launched a social media campaign which invited its readers to nominate a place which was symbolic of...
CATEGORY: Volume 43.03 Autumn 2014
The future of journalism: “the world is going to be less informed”
There was a lively debate about whether future journalism will make the public more informed at the launch of the latest Index on Censorship magazine at the Frontline Club
22 Oct: Eyes wide shut? Will the future of journalism mean we are better informed?
Don’t miss the launch of the autumn edition of Index on Censorship magazine
Will the future of journalism make us better informed?
When the subject of the future of journalism is discussed it often turns to whizzy gadgets but the debate about whether the public ends up being better informed happens less often, says editor Rachael Jolley as she introduces the latest Index on Censorship magazine
The future of journalism: Latest issue, autumn 2014
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Current issue: Seeing the future of journalism – will the public know more?
In the autumn issue of Index on Censorship magazine, don't miss: Burmese-born author Wendy Law-Yone on the challenges the Burma's media face in the...
Seeing the future of journalism
While debates on the future of the media tend to focus solely on new technology and downward financial pressures, we ask: will the public end up knowing more or less? Will citizen journalists bring us in-depth investigations? Will crowd fact-checking take over from journalists doing research? Who will hold power to account?