When Curation Changes Media, How Can it Fail to Change Brand Marketing?

As for his thought on the future of news, Jeff Jarvis questioned whether “the article and the story are necessarily the only vehicle of journalism.” Jarvis also chastised news organizations for arrogantly defining valuable content as “the content we make,” excluding the content that Google, Facebook, and Twitter produce and aggregate. “You can see in Twitter the mood of the nation,” he said. “There’s value there if you have the respect to go look for it.” Jarvis, who made a point of plugging his new book Public Parts, received the only round of applause of the night.

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