November 14, 2005

"We the Media" & Audiences

"...the audience is learning how to get a better, timelier report" (xiv).

I really enjoy the vast amount of area the authors of this book cover. Unlike "Ain't Neccessarily So," these authors seem to avoid bias and take a look at all aspects of news. One point that stands out to me is the idea of the former audience. Consumers are not just a group who's only responsibility is to absorb the news; they must take matters into their own hands. Not only should the audience investigate news handed to them, but also discover their own news.

Posted by KatherineLambert at November 14, 2005 12:40 AM
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