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By Engage Staff
That was just one of the questions asked of a panel of leading journalists and PR professionals at the annual PRSA Silicon Valley Media Predicts event on Dec. 3, 2014. Jessica Lessin, founder and editor-in-chief of The Information, started off by discussing the evolving roles of journalists and journalism. Then a panel of top tech journalists took a look back at 2014 and a look forward to 2015.
By Leslie Johnson
Bob Dylan said it best, ‘These times, they are a-changin.’ As 2014 winds down, let’s reflect on how the media landscape has evolved and what this means for how we approach tech PR in 2015.
Will 2015 bring the death of newspapers and business magazines?
Two years ago, a Pew Research “State of the Newsroom” study reported that 39 percent of Americans got their news online or on mobile devices. With the increasing number of mobile devices that have appeared since then, just think what that number must be today!
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