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December 24, 2008

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Interesting post. I have found journalists to be resistant of change generally. I don't know why.

I think Journalists are only resistant to change because commonly newspaper owners and proprietors have used technological change as as opportunity to get journalists to do more work for less money, rather than as a way of nurturing and developing staff.

Indeed. That has often been a challenge, a challenge exacerbated by how there's a lot of bad management around.

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