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October 2, 2009

Where are the critics?

Doug asked, where are critics? Steve from Gazette immediately followed, talking about how media companies can provide a platform for readers to tell their own stories. He also described the necessity of getting the story out immediately. No yesterday's news for him.

 We know and he sounds great, but...where are the critics? The idea of live-blogging news events as well as arts events may leave a role for journalists and critics, but there's no room left for copy editors in this model, is there? I love (and miss) copy editors.... They represent reflection.


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