“I think we just want to be where people are, and we
want to provide them great experiences wherever they
are,” says Dan Check, vice-chairman of The Slate Group
(Mullin, 2015, para. 8).
Implications for Journalism
“I kind of see the printed word as
the most valued. It costs more. It’s
more work to produce. There is
more thought put into it,” said a 58-
year-old editor. “Deep down inside,
that is what journalists today still
“Anybody can post something
online, on the blog; but not
everybody gets the stuff actually
printed. So yeah, I like seeing my
stories in print better.”
Discussion and Conclusion
Advancement of the concept of omnipresent
An emerging mode of news production at
newspapers: traditional/print +
emerging/online journalistic practice.
Journalistic routines + Distributed content
Effort to find solution vs. The solution
Is omnipresent journalism better journalism?