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Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Chuck Olsen's been to International Symposium on Online Journalism and concludes, "Print media is dying and online news will have to support the whole journalistic enterprise" - only nobody knows how, or what it should like. In my mind, the rock stars of the whole affair were OhMyNews (English version). They're a distributed citizen journalism news organization in Korea with an editorial staff and staff reporters. They're hugely popular and make the news into an unprecedented conversation between newsmakers, news reporters and news readers – all in one place. Compare that to the (mostly) one-way, top-down, trying-to-keep-up approach of New York Times Digital. An important part of presentation from the Ohmynews delegation is available here.
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