Journalism can rise again. Its power will be less about the production of specific information, rather it will filter the tsunami of the world’s information. There will be more emphasis in sorting, selecting, editing, aggregating, and linking elements between events, ideas, and people. Those at the top will provide the best information at the right time to those who need it. We are betting there will be an augmented journalism that is more transparent and humble in its practices, business, investigation, sources, connections, etc.

To accomplish this feat, journalism will have to reinvent itself. Everybody fumbles, but its not longer time to question whether to let the train pass us by or just put one foot out the door. It’s time for innovation for transformation. It’s not “adapt or die,” rather “change or die.”

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