Well, the news part of newspaper anyway. Back in December, I wrote about the huge competition news services face from a folksonomic system of news gethering and editing. What are...

Well, the news part of newspaper anyway. Back in December, I wrote about the huge competition news services face from a folksonomic system of news gethering and editing. What are newspapers left with when the web will do it in a more efficient and personalised way? Maybe they'll become opinion mags like the Economist… or maybe each paper will become just another blog. Anyway, a couple of items to fuel the debate:

The Chicago Tribune's City News Service, which trained some of the country's most celebrated writers and provided the hard-bitten, hard-drinking model for the play and film, The Front Page, has filed its last bulletin. (from The Guardian)

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