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Will Bunch Sees Different, Bright Journalism Future

Will Bunch, Philadelphia Daily News columnist, has been on a two-year journey to figure out the fate of journalism. At first it was out of self-preservation, but now he has come to see the future of journalism — and he is very optimistic. Here are key quotes from the video:

For any metropolitan newspaper to survive, we need to be part of the community…not be these faceless bylines…I call them citizens and not readers…I am very optimistic about the future of journalism…it’s going to be saved with a lot of turmoil…news organizations that are really stubborn and rigid and change-resistant, some of them are probably going to die…there are going to be opportunities for journalists, they are just going to be different…

For more on the future of journalism, see:
1. Jason Calacanis Cold to Local Newspapers as Business

2. Buck the Trend; Start a Newspaper Now

3. Want Science News? Start Your Own Publication 

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