Why The Graphic Novel Will Save Business Journalism

Why The Graphic Novel Will Save Business Journalism
technology

PSFK chats with the author of The Zen of Steve Jobs on how even journalism needs to innovate to stay relevant.

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  • 28 january 2012

Caleb Melby recently graduated and joined Forbes Magazine. As an intern, he took on the responsibility of writing The Zen of Steve Jobs, which we wrote about last month.

The big take away point is the fact that journalism remains an industry in crisis. Caleb believes that focusing on newer ways of storytelling (i.e. interactive maps, unique story ideas) and finding the human element (i.e business leaders, relationships within a particular industry) are the keys to saving journalism. The graphic novel therefore, is one form that can easily be leveraged to achieve this.

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