Net Gain If newspapers and magazines hope to flourish online, they must engage in a two-way conversation with their audiences.
A more open relationship could be good news for the future of journalism.
> read more By J.D. Lasica
The X Factor Generation Xers do want news, but they want it on their own terms. If newspapers hope to woo them, they'll have to provide the content young readers are seeking, stop sneering at youth culture and deliver the goods in a hip and accessible way.
> read more By Carl Sessions Stepp
Walking the Walk Journalism reformer James Fallows
gets an opportunity to implement his ideas as editor of U.S. News & World Report.
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Journalism's Peace Corps Knight International Press Fellows spread the gospel of a free and independent press in the Third World. They experience frustrations and triumphs, and sometimes they learn as much as they teach.
> read more By Richard Dudman