Spotlight: John Stackhouse says the digital revolution has started a bolder age in media and democracy

John Stackhouse, bestselling author and former editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail, talks with Spotlight about the state of serious journalism and the future of news. Stackhouse shares insights from his new book, “Mass Disruption: Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Media Revolution.” He talks about the decline of newspapers, the financial realities hitting news and the growing attention to new media.

Stackhouse says the digital revolution has started a bolder age in media and democracy. Do you agree? Support his opinion on PressReader and watch his full interview here.

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