It’s a safe bet that Charlie Beckett, online media aficionado, director of POLIS at The London School of Economics and the author of Super Media: Saving Journalism, knows a hell of a lot more about the media than most of us. If his credentials aren’t convincing you, check out this interview. Somehow, he sums up the current state, ongoing failures and legitimate potential of beatblogging in a networked world in three questions. Plus, he’s got a British accent and it makes him sound super authoritative. Continue reading
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