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Social media has turned us all into content creators. But for journalists, the people traditionally empowered with this task, social media has been a major disruption, characterized by newspapers in every part of the country shutting their doors, and significant job loss. Yet amidst these changes, many newspaper brands have found ways to maintain and even expand their readership. A recent article in Mashable makes a strong case for the idea that social media has reinvigorated the market for quality journalism.

via blog.involver.com

Social media has turned us all into content creators. But for journalists, the people traditionally empowered with this task, social media has been a major disruption, characterized by newspapers in every part of the country shutting their doors, and significant job loss. Yet amidst these changes, many newspaper brands have found ways to maintain and even expand their readership. A recent article in Mashable makes a strong case for the idea that social media has reinvigorated the market for quality journalism.

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