Brown: Abandoning the news

Abandoning the News by Merrill Brown is an essay commissioned by the Carnegie Commission on the changing technology habits and media consumption patterns of 18 th 34 year olds and what the shift means for traditional news sources.
Brown says: ” This audience, the future news consumers and leaders of a complex, modern society, are abandoning the news as we’ve known it, and it’s increasingly clear that a great number of them will never return to daily newspapers and the national broadcast news programs.”
Brown’s suggestions for radical thinking are spot on.

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  1. Black Bulbs says:

    At least the news has been delivered.

  2. Manuel says:

    Hello, is the Manuel from Austria and your informative Blog read, after more briefly thinking break can I that agree.
    beautiful Oestern still Manuel

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