Articles by Stephen Mayes

Photojournalism: What Crisis?

By Stephen Mayes | 1887 Words | Posted 4/9/2010 | Comments
There is talk about a crisis in journalism, which generally takes the form of angst-ridden journalists, editors and news folk in general asking, “How do we maintain the commercial status quo without which journalism as we know it will be gone?” The question is sincere and extends beyond the fear of losing jobs; there is a genuine concern that the investigative and informative roles of the news media will be lost with a high cost to the civic health of our society. It’s not about finding new ways to do old things, but time to radically rethink our business models by redefining out products, our partners, and our clients. This article is about reinvention and redefining what we do.

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