The Value of Slow Journalism in the Age of Instant Information

Contrary to popular belief in the media, the public really doesn’t need a steady stream of content. Journalism is a craft and a science. The 24-hour news cycle is eroding those foundations. Look at any of the cable news providers if you don’t believe me.

As news cycles speed up, ‘slow’ journalists take months—even years—to report and tell in-depth stories

Source: The Value of Slow Journalism in the Age of Instant Information – Nieman Reports

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