Posted by: structureofnews | September 10, 2010

Who Needs Facts To Tell The Truth?

Nothing to do with Structured Journalism, or even The Future of Journalism – just a hilarious, dead-on take on the WSJ/NYT war.  Sometimes making it up offers the deepest truth….  (Although there’s something to be said for finding ways to tell stories in an engaging way…)

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  1. the video itself is hilarious
    it is always interesting to look beyond the paper itself and look at the stakeholders behind and their mindset do influence the media itself a lot.
    Ying is doing a big research on that topic, china-oriented. She must have told you about it.

    and, ah, you finally add more social media sharing functions to your posts!

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