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Clay Shirky
I've come to think the core problem of daily journalism is that the deadline doesn't care if you understand the story.
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Daniel Etcovitch 5 Oct 13
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Or if you're truly helping the reader to understand the story.
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brane_of_stars 5 Oct 13
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x100 for rolling 24/7 news
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Myles Dolphin 5 Oct 13
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RT ": I've come to think the core problem of daily journalism is that the deadline doesn't care if you understand the story.”
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mastodon.social/@tbaxter 5 Oct 13
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the news hole must be filled. It doesn't care what with.
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Eric Houck 5 Oct 13
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I was trying to explain that to this a.m. He's a good reporter tho. Deadline culture v. academic culture.
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Scott Lewis 5 Oct 13
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"you" the reader or "you" the writer?
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Chanders 5 Oct 13
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Yup // RT : I've come to think the core problem of daily journalism is that the deadline doesn't care if you understand the story.
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Michael Boduch 5 Oct 13
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Some news is immediate, we accept simple awareness. Deeper reporting long form, less time dependent. Daily news caught in middle.
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Paul PD 5 Oct 13
Replying to @cshirky @arusbridger
the problem is you are reporting yesterdays news today - so need better analysis
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Well, I never 5 Oct 13
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have newpapers lost touch since "thunderer" WW1 reportage? or has it always been smoke, mirrors & occasional insight?
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Christian Schwarz 5 Oct 13
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I've come to think the core problem of daily journalism is that the deadline doesn't care if you understand the story.
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Ethan Fletcher 5 Oct 13
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Yup RT : I've come to think the core problem of daily journalism is that the deadline doesn't care if you understand the story.
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Paul Snatchko 5 Oct 13
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, Because some headline writers often don't really care about a reporter's work.
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big brain 5 Oct 13
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"core problem" no. Bigger problems exist.
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Suhr Mesa 5 Oct 13
. plenty of tax revenue available to pay debt interest. Theater for the ignorant and dependent
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(((ddt))) 5 Oct 13
Replying to @cshirky @carlzimmer
CNET changed to a policy of "everyone has to file three stories each day" years ago. Didn't have to be finished.
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SuiteAces 5 Oct 13
Replying to @cshirky @carlzimmer
This is one of the main reasons I am so disenchanted with journalism today. Comprehension doesn't get you page clicks.
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John Fleck 5 Oct 13
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Problem grows inverse logarithmically on Internet news time scales.
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