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MARCH 15, 2011 [2003, 2004] The Twisted Psychology of Bloggers vs. Journalists
And now, as news consumption becomes more mobile, news companies must follow the rules of device makers (such as Apple) and software developers (Google again) to deliver their content. Each new platform often requires a new software program. In the 21st, increasingly there is a new intermediary: Software programmers, content aggregators and device makers control access to the public… PEJ does not envision that these are the new professional skills for journalists to master.