BoomBustRT's Erin Ade interviews Melissa Bell, executive editor at Vox, to discuss how the Internet has changed the media business and what we might see in the future.
Vox.com's Melissa Bell: 'This is a chance to do journalism differently' | Media | The Guardian: The co-founder of news website Vox.com on how it provides the information to help readers stay in touch with news cycle --"It's not often that a journalist will admit to falling off the news cycle. And yet for Melissa Bell, co-founder with Ezra Klein of explanatory news site Vox.com, that experience lies at the heart of her progressive views on journalism and at the core of what Vox is trying to do. "We [the media industry] present the news in a way that puts forward the newest information, not the most important information," she says... She's talking about Vox's slogan – Understand the News – but also about the motivation for the site, which launched on 6 April under the auspices of Vox Media..."
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