Thanks to the Connected Collective Innovation blog for this article on how "innovation is the new normal" in the news media.
More than a decade or more into the Internet Revolution, some fans of online news, e-mailed headlines and hyperlinked social media are saying its time to retire the moniker "new media" and just call it "media." This may be a shameless ploy by carbon-based news organizations to claim they 'get it' and have joined the 21st century. Media companies took longer than most to learn about transparency, audience participation and other 'interactive approaches' but the article also shows that any one-way-only business model can't last.
How long before the TV network news or the NY Times credits a story to an independent blogger?