Next Big Futures article A few years ago, when I was an editor of a major newspaper, I was writing a column for the site called “The Big Future.”
I had been working in a newsroom for several years when I started writing about the future of the media industry.
My goal was to make sure that the future was clear to everyone and to offer a little bit of a roadmap.
I was really hoping that the industry would follow the lead of Silicon Valley and become more transparent, to be more accountable to the public, and to make more progress in this increasingly important new field of technology.
And that’s what I was hoping would happen, but it didn’t happen, and it’s a really sad story, because it really does hurt people.
One of the most significant trends in journalism is that the public is becoming more distrustful of media.
It’s just very, very difficult for people to trust what they’re reading.
The public is getting more skeptical about their government.
The press is getting increasingly polarized.
The way we tell the stories of people, of politics, of social movements, and of how we use technology is really changing.
So I think it’s really important that we have a discussion about what that future looks like.
And so, as we look at the next five years, the media is going to have to start doing a lot more in a transparent way, and I think we need to start asking what that means for our public, our democracy, and our ability to tell stories.
That’s really what the future looks at me right now.
What I’m going to try to do is take a look at a couple of the major trends and talk about how those two things will impact the way that the media, the public and government will interact in the next decade.
Increasingly, newsrooms are getting larger.
The biggest media companies are now in the same industry as Facebook, Twitter, and the likes.
As the business of news continues to grow, there’s going to be an increasing need for more staff and more resources to work on a broad range of stories, from the largest news organizations to smaller ones.
What’s also happening is that more and more newsrooms have gotten big.
In 2017, more than a million newspapers and magazines sold more than one million copies.
That figure is likely to double in 2018 and 2019, as the publishing industry continues to see record revenue growth.
And we’re going to see even more rapid growth in 2020, 2021, and 2022.
We’ve already seen that there’s a lot of money being poured into this sector.
There’s a huge amount of money going into television news, and we’re just seeing a lot less going into news in general.
So it will take some time to see if the big media companies, the companies that are making money from TV, will start to get more of that money.
That said, it’s clear that they’re getting more attention and are spending more money on TV news, which is a trend that’s already starting to affect the way news is written.
The rise of social media platforms has increased the number of people on Facebook and Twitter, which means that there will be more people who will be able to share their stories with the world and have more followers.
And of course, as these platforms get more sophisticated, it will mean more outlets will get paid to tell their stories.
Newsrooms are increasingly sharing and aggregating.
Today, journalists and publishers are publishing articles and stories online, but the media landscape is still largely fragmented.
It used to be that if you had a website and a story, you would have to do it all yourself.
Now, if you have an app that’s running on your phone, you can post a story in an instant, and anyone with an internet connection can read it.
This is a big change.
As people become more connected online, we’re seeing an increase in sharing of news and information.
The number of websites that are aggregating news and stories has increased by nearly 70 percent since 2013.
There are now more than 2.4 million news aggregators on the internet, with over 70 million sites in total.
We’re moving away from traditional media.
We don’t just have a print newspaper, we have TV stations, radio stations, and online publications.
We have television stations, online magazines, newspapers, and news websites.
There have been huge changes in the way we consume news.
For instance, the web is becoming much more important in news and entertainment, as it is in sports, as in politics, as much as it was 20 years ago.
The ability to share and share information on the web has changed everything.
We can share stories and news on Facebook, and share videos and pictures on YouTube.
And when we share news and info online, people are also sharing the news and the information.
So what this means for news is that news is going away from print as much and as often as it has been