Wired Magazine journalist Jeff Howe assesses the impact and viability of Assignment Zero‘s production phase to create "pro-am" journalism. Some of the highlights include how New York University’s Jay Rosen convinced Wired to become involved, "pro-am" approaches to interviews, and emerging business models. And like all good "post implementation reviews" Howe includes some critical feedback and insights on where Assignment Zero also failed.
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