UC Berkeley conference panelists talks about the potential of crowdsourcing in journalism

UC Berkeley’s “Crisis in Journalism” conference brings together panelists from established news organizations like NY Times, Washington Post and PBS Frontline/World to discuss their plans to integrate print with the online medium and whether it will make money.

“Things are going well online. There are lots of opportunities and places I’d like to see us go. We need to go beyond getting tips from people online. We can do it in a more focused way, get networks of people who know something about a subject. it mimics the way a beat reporter gets sources.”–Jonathan Landman, NY Times

Thanks Jonathan!

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