iPhone Frenzy Points To The Future Of News

iPhone Frenzy Points To The Future Of News
Innovation

Unfulfilled by what's being transmitted through regular media channels, people went out there, covered the event themselves then put it on the new media channels they're already using to share content and information.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 3 july 2007

Jeff Jarvis has an interesting observation about the large volume of public-generated content around the iPhone launch. He says that unfulfilled by what’s being transmitted through regular media channels, people went out there, covered the event themselves then put it on the new media channels they’re already using to share content and information:

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