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  1. Interactive journalism, a revolution in the culture of news production?
    1. What exactly is interactive journalism?
    2. Its advantages
    3. A thriving business
  2. An important step for the news industry, but not the only future of online journalism
    1. Interactive journalism's criticisms
    2. Reporting requires reporters
    3. Interactive journalism complements traditional journalism, it doesn't replace it

Commentators, including journalists themselves, regularly talk about the crisis that journalism, especially the printed press, has been facing for a few years. Newspapers seem to be 'an endangered species', as plenty of local ones have shut since the beginning of 2008. Yet the plight of the news industry doesn't really presage its end, for years, despite its difficulties in traditional media, journalism is thriving on the internet.

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