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I haven’t mentioned the blogosphere yet which, perhaps, best represents the transition from old media to new. The universe of progressive blogs has anywhere from two to four million visitors. They are a powerful force in the echo chamber. Some do topnotch journalism. For example, Talking Points Memo has a large influence and uses its readership to greatly enhance its research and accountability capacity. The Daily Kos is perhaps the most famous of the blogs with hundreds of diarists, and the largest blog traffic.

If the political context of a given movement at a particular time offers conditions in which a long-lived, large-circulation, profit-making, journal can be strategically employed to further movement goals, then these are meaningful accomplishments. If such conditions are not present, these measures may be irrelevant or worse. This is not to imply that social movement publications always come up short by the standards of corporate journalism. The Sierra Club Bulletin (now Sierra) has been in continuous publication for over one hundred years.

Now, there is nothing wrong with that model, and it is never going to die out, but it certainly isn’t the future of media. Here is a useful list of ten elements that will characterize media as we go forward. These ten elements tell us a lot about how the media are evolving and how the media that we are creating differ from the media we are used to. Ten capabilities of twenty-first century media: 1. Targeted 2. Efficient 3. Consumer controlled 4. Time-shifted 5. Internet-enabled 6. Prodigious (more pros in all categories; more product) 7.

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