Old School Journalism Gets A Digital Facelift

MoJo publisher Steve Katz spoke recently at the National Conference for Media Reform with The Media Consortium‘s new executive director, Jo Ellen Kaiser, about Mother Jones‘ recent traffic breakthroughs, the role of online activism in investigative reporting, and how social media is transforming the media industry. Watch a short video clip below from the media reform conference:

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