Journalism’s demise is greatly exaggerated.
“I was just saying to somebody in New York yesterday, there isn’t one person sitting in this newsroom in Thunderdome that thinks journalism is dead,” Brady said, referring to Digital First’s shared-services team based in New York City.
“Not one,” he said. “Everyone of them knows it’s going to make it. They don’t know exactly what it’s going to be and how it’s going to get there, but none of them are sitting there gloom and doom.”
“I’ve been to too many conferences where the tagline of the conference should be just ‘We’re all going to die,’” he joked.
But with his current venture, Project Thunderdome, which launched last July, Brady is helping to build a different type of newsroom — one that can thrive in the digital environment.
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