Usually, anything you read about journalists pushes us straight into no-one-likes-us-but-we-don’t-care mode, or terrifies us with doom-laden prophecies about the future, and the notion that we don’t have one.
This piece from Poynter Online is different. It’s a solid, straight summary of what makes a good journalist worthy of hire by anyone with an eye for talent, and a nose for skills.
- everything a modern corporation needs, whether it’s a media business or not (and they’re all media businesses now, anyway), a journalist can deliver.
Pass it on…