‘Journalism Thinking’ doesn’t need a business model. It needs a call to arms

MEDIUM – 10/09/2019

Christopher Wink

Early professional news networks in the 14th and 15th centuries were couriers on horseback, informing warlords and merchants. Even competitors saw the value in shared professional news gathering, when there wasn’t a state-owned alternative. Subscriptions, then, subsidized the first foreign affairs and business reporters.

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