UnivisionNoticias.com to publish a weekly selection of content from Harvard University’s Nieman Journalism Lab, translated into Spanish to keep Spanish-speaking journalists abreast of latest news, trends, and innovations in digital journalism.
To close out 2013, the Nieman Journalism Lab asked some of the smartest people it could think of to predict what 2014 will bring for the future of journalism. Here’s what they had to say.
Harvard University’s sweeping history of the “collision between journalism and digital technology” immediately drew criticism for its lack of diversity when it was released last week, but its creators say they always intended to expand the project to include more diverse voices. “We made Riptide a website in part because we knew we would want to expand it,” Shorenstein Center Director Alex Jones says. “We are gathering suggestions from a host of sources, including many of the critics of Riptide.”
A chronicle of the epic collision between journalism and digital technology, from 1980 to the present.