Will good journalism be the first casualty of the digital revolution in the media?

As part of my diploma at Cardiff University, I wrote an essay on the future of journalism. During the next week, I will publish it in sections. So today I kick of with part one. 

The Telegraph Media Group's integrated newsroom

The Daily Telegraph Media Group’s integrated newroom

Like a giant twitching spider, the converged Daily Telegraph Media Group newsroom has a large round hub in its centre, from which legs of departments protrude.

Its newspaper journalists work alongside Telegraph.co.uk because it aims to publish content not only in its newspaper, but also on the web in digital format, using links, videos and Telegraph TV.

It seems determined not to become a casualty of the digital revolution and to take advantage of new media. But what challenges, if any, could it bring to good quality journalism?


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