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New business models for investigative journalism according to Jeff Jarvis

20 June 2010 BY

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Jeff Jarvis is a very busy man. He is the author of “What Would Google Do?” and a professor of journalism at CUNY. Besides that he writes a lot on different websites, (co-)hosts podcasts like “This week in Google” and he speaks a lot on different conventions around the world. He also has an interesting view on the newspaper world. He for example believes Murdoch is wrong. But newspapers do want to make some money. Jarvis not only critics Murdoch, he also comes up with answers.

In this video Jeff Jarvis speaks about new business models for investigative journalism at the BRITE ’10 conference. He discusses the importance of mobile media to local news and how Best Buy and the London Telegraph point to new business models. A very interesting presentation to be watching, on a Sunday afternoon for example :).

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