Scott Baker and Liz Stephans of Breitbart.tv’s daily B-Cast show join me for the newest edition of Silicon Graffiti. After a brief flashback to a period when television really was a Brave New World, we’ll look at the future of Internet television:
- What the legacy media thinks of their successors in new media.
- How it’s supplanting the coverage of stories that old media considers samizdat (see also: the Tea Parties on April 15 and the July 4th weekend).
- How new and old media will eventually converge.
- And more!
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Update: Related thoughts from Clay Shirky:
The change we’re living through isn’t an upgrade, it’s a upheaval, and it will be decades before anyone can really sort out the value of what’s been lost versus what’s been gained. In the meantime, the changes in self-assembling publics and new models of subsidy will drive journalistic experimentation in ways that surprise us all.
Read the whole thing, as they say in new media.
(Bumped to top.)