While I am not sure that is the case, I think that the convergence of the news and news consumption means that the way we consume news has changed. We now get news via electronic media and information is much greater than ever before.

What this means is that the information we are getting now is much more relevant than we are used to. We now have the same information in our own heads as the people in the same room we watch the news with. It’s a huge change in the way we receive news.

This is great news for journalism, journalism professionals, and news consumers. We are also seeing a huge shift in how news is consumed among news consumers. This is very exciting news for us reporters, editors, and news consumers. I think the biggest news that we are seeing is that we have more choices and more information than ever before. The convergence of news and news consumption has transformed journalism into something else entirely.

This has been a huge change for journalists, for news consumers, and for news organizations as a whole. It is a huge shift in how news is consumed, a shift that has made journalism more interactive. The convergence of digital media has revolutionized the way we consume news and news professionals are doing their jobs in new ways. We are seeing the convergence of a new type of consumer that is more engaged and smarter than ever before.

There are so many factors that have contributed to this new journalism paradigm. One significant factor is that all these digital media platforms are now competing with each other for consumers. Most of these platforms have been co-opted by advertisers and have become a way for brands to reach consumers. For example, if you go to a news outlet such as CNN, and all you see are the pictures of people eating, this news outlet is not going to be very useful to you.

This has to do with the internet and its ability to reach out to all kinds of people. When you go to a news outlet on the internet, you are more likely to see pictures of celebrities in restaurants and on the news. We now know that they also cover local news events and events on a local level. These people are just as likely to get news from YouTube or something similar and it’s easier and more efficient to reach them with a social media platform like Facebook.

If you are an average reader of print news, you are much more likely to see pictures of celebrities on the front page, but now you can get the same information from the internet. In this way, the internet has not only turned print journalism into a kind of digital art form, it has made every journalist an artist.

It’s not just that this has made journalists more skilled, it has also made them more creative. The internet has also given journalists the opportunity to experiment with new ways of reporting and making their stories better and more interesting. One of the most exciting examples of this is the rise of a new kind of news site called Buzzfeed. Buzzfeed was created in 2010 by the folks at Vice News. They started up in an effort to make their journalism more interesting.

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