The Guardian’s Alan Rusbridger on Charlie Rose

The Guardian’s Editor, Alan Rusbridger on the web, the iPad, the future of journalism and the “mutualized newspaper.”

Some highlights:

There’s a lot to be frightened of but there’s an awful lot to like about this media revolution.

We have to get over this journalistic arrogance that journalists are the people who are the figures of authority in the world; I don’t think anyone believes that now.

It’s more about collaboration than competition. … The collaborative possibilities of the web are the interesting ones.

Full interview here.

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