Online journalism

Time went by as it always does, and technology wouldn’t stop improving.

In the blink of an eye, nearly everybody could instantly talk to the whole world.

They could also capture, create, and share visuals.

Suddenly, there was no limit to the question of ‘what’ journalism covers.

It was no longer controlled solely by reporters or the wealthy and powerful.

The ‘how’ also showed remarkable elasticity by expanding to a previously unimaginable range.

The news could now travel by photograph, reel, tweet, narrated content, raw footage, and much more.

And, of course, the ‘how quickly’ has become instantaneous.

Live streaming can virtually allow a person to see what is happening in another country without delay.

Through the powerful combination of smartphones and social media, anybody could be a journalist.

The ‘what’, the ‘how’ and the ‘how quickly’ took on levels that would have been hard to comprehend years before.