The Internet as a disrupter on data, audio and video platforms

This is the third part in a series of posts on the Internet and journalism. Earlier in the week, I started with "The Internet is for data". I continued with "Suspension of disbelief is critical to process data". And today I want to move from talking about 'data' in the generic sense to looking at different types of data - written, audio and video.

My conclusion is going to be that the Internet has been a significant disruptor of all three data types. But it's the level of disruption that matter...


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