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Journalismus der Chicago School: iPhone statt Fotojournalismus

Sascha Koesch
June 2, 2013
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Die Chicago Sun-Times macht einen nicht unerwarteten, aber bitteren Vorstoß in Richtung Ende des Fotojournalismus. 28 Fotografen werden entlassen und dafür alle Journalisten am iPhone trainiert. Der offizielle Grund des Traditionsblatts: Unsere Leser wollen mehr Multimedia und Video. Der offizielle Grund für alle anderen: Einsparungen. Wir vermuten die Berichte werden sich in Zukunft dann vor allem auf Dinge bei Sonnenschein konzentrieren, denn sonst hätte man für Night-Life-Journalisten sicherlich ein Nokia gewählt.

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