2013 was a turbulent year for media and here on the second day of 2014 I have read a number of articles about last year's shortcomings and hopeful outlooks for this year.
The article that struck me the most was “My wishlist for journalism in 2014” by Antony Loewenstein of The Guardian in the United Kingdom. It makes no difference that he's based in another country and makes good observations.
Not much has happened over these two days so I will simply keep dreaming this year will be a good one for the world of journalism and will instead share this insightful take on what the year 2014 should look like from one journalist’s perspective.
I will say, however, that I hope this year will bring less scandal, more truth, respect and prosperity for the industry I’ve been part of for many years.
What do you hope for?
Wishing you all a fabulous 2014!
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