‘What ‘The Boston Globe’ Got Right and Why It Should Change How Papers Think’ | J. Nichols- The Nation

‘What ‘The Boston Globe’ Got Right and Why It Should Change How Papers Think’ | J. Nichols- The Nation

That most of this reading occurred online is not news. What we call “newspapers” are better described today as “newsrooms.” It is silly to talk of an “old media” versus “new media” divide. A daily paper is still printed, and some of us love the experience of reading it. But, especially in rapidly-evolving “breaking news” moments, it’s the website that’s got the dynamism. And Twitter: the Globe now has 275,000 followers.

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