“Journalists have never before been able to tell stories so effectively, bouncing off each other, linking to each other (as the most generous and open-minded do), linking out, citing sources, allowing response – harnessing the best qualities of text, print, data, sound and visual media. If ever there was a route to building audience, trust and relevance, it is by embracing all the capabilities of this new world, not walling yourself away from them.”
— UK Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger
From Rusbridger’s Hugh Cudlipp lecture earlier this year, “Does Journalism Exist?” Read the full text here.
Here’s an earlier post linking to Rusbridger’s interview with Charlie Rose.