The Forbes Model For Journalism In The Digital Age: Training A New Generation Of Entrepreneurial Journalists

The Forbes Model For Journalism In The Digital Age: Training A New Generation Of Entrepreneurial Journalists

The Forbes Model For Journalism In The Digital Age: Training A New Generation Of Entrepreneurial Journalists

ABOUT THE BOOK

Since its founding in 1917, Forbes has been providing insights, information, and inspiration to ensure the success of those who are dedicated to the spirit of free enterprise.

Its flagship publications, Forbes and Forbes Asia, reach a worldwide audience of more than six million readers and its website, Forbes.com-the leading business site on the Web-attracts an audience that averages 30 million people per month. Forbes also publishes ForbesLife magazine and licensed editions in more than 25 countries around the world.

Lewis DVorkin has always appreciated the importance of clarity, particularly in his professional life and in the media he consumes. When he first came to Forbes in the mid-1990s, he completely understood the brand and its voice. Then he left for AOL as the millennium turned. It was obvious the news cycle was getting faster and digital media was the place to be. After that, he founded a startup, True/Slant. He had a clear idea - well, he hoped he did - for a new way to produce news.

Two years ago, he sold that company to Forbes, one of his...

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