Adapting a newspaper for the modern web isn’t good enough for people who never read newspapers in the first place.
Dear news media: Create news for people who have never read a newspaper
James Tyner

This has been the problem all along — not just one respective to this generation —much of legacy media has acted as if it thinks the Internet is just a new delivery system, not it’s own medium. Like they’d upgraded the type of paper or gone from TV with tubes to flat-screens. It’s this “adapting the newspaper” mentality — when it should have been an “adapting journalism” mentality — that’s helped lead to this crossroads for the industry. So, I’d argue that the Mr. Tyner and his peers aren’t the only folks who deserve something new.

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