In the last fifteen years, opines Stijn Debrouwere, Journalism has changed. The problem, he thinks, is not that it is changing but that none of us have yet realised just how much news media has changed.
I'm not talking about digital first or about blogging or about data journalism or the mobile web or the curation craze. Yes, journalism has evolved and is better for it. I'm talking beyond that.
I'm not even talking about the fact that everyone is a potential publisher now, from white-hat PR by universities and non-profits to the advent of blogging by experts and academics (remember that iPhone antenna thing or the ground-zero mosque kerfuffle?) to citizen journalism and by-us-for-us journalism (even philosophers do it), even though that's huge.
Beyond even that. I think journalism is being replaced.