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Journalist warns against late arrival to the tech party

With the age of the network economy upon us, media companies do not have the luxury of being late technology adopters, according to the president of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Speaking Wednesday on the future of interactive media before the Milwaukee Press Club, David Carlson said newspapers and other media outlets already have ceded too much territory to the likes of eBay ......

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Carlson compared the Internet to a rifle being "pointed at the head of every middleman," but added that one hope for journalists is that people might still want edited information and might still rely on professionals to decide what news they should know.......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 03/22/06


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