The Shorenstein Center at Harvard recently challenged people to submit short videos that ponder the future of news.
This is my submission.
In the video, I suggest that journalists use overarching themes in media history (speed, utility, portability, community, competition) as a guide as they work on outreach and partnerships; credibility, and experimentation and adaptability.
In two minutes, it’s impossible to provide more than broad ideas, in this case set to the wonderful blues of Kevin MacLeod.
Journalism needs ideas of all kinds, though.
As I say in the video, news has no single future.