It’s a question that has been asked several times in the past, and the good folks at MediaBistro couldn’t help but to ask it once more Friday morning…
— mediabistro.com (@Mediabistro) March 30, 2012
Doing a simple Google search for the same question will return a plethora of articles written over the past few years where journalism pundits attempt to yield an answer.
The fact of the matter is, nobody has a good answer to the question. And we need to stop asking it.
We’re moving away from a time when journalists feel like they’re in competition with bloggers, and we’re starting to move into an era where there’s more collaboration and synergy between the two.
Going forward, let’s start asking ourselves this question: How can we improve the relationship between bloggers and journalists so that both may work better together?