At least somebody reads me

Broadcasting & Cable reports on the Project for Excellence in Journalism’s fifth annual State of the News Media report due out tomorrow and quotes one of the conclusions:

News consumption has become continual, with news morphing from a “finished” product — a newspaper, a newscast, even a Web site — to a service that helps consumers “find what they are looking for [and] react to it.”

Please refer to News is a Process, Not a Finished Product by yours truly, published last fall.

I’ll bet I don’t get quoted in the report.

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