NetNewsCheck | Jim Romenesko | Creative Loafing Atlanta | NPAA
Photographers at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution will become “multimedia visual journalists” after planned job cuts, a spokesperson tells Lou Carlozo. The cuts, once planned for Nov. 1, haven’t taken place yet, AJC spokesperson Drue Miller tells Poynter, but “internal announcements will be made soon.”
“The newspaper and its websites will be expected to provide video, and to engage our audience through social media, apps and any other products that might come along,” Andy McDill said. “Ultimately the model could follow what Cox did at the Dayton Daily News, which converged print, Web, TV and radio platforms in 2010,” Carlozo reports.
“There, our strategy involves all media reporters with iPhones, [along with] photographers, TV videographers, and even our customers,” McDill told him.… Read more