Business - Written by Don Tapscott on Wednesday, November 5, 2008 14:58 - 1 Comment
Yesterday’s News: A Review of the Global Press
As Mike pointed out yesterday, the world was watching last night’s election with eager anticipation. So what was the reaction today? My son Alex, who has been tracking the election results last night and this morning, linked me up with a great resource called Newseum. The concept is simple: a museum for news and journalism. What struck me was the archive of newspaper front pages from both American and international sources. Forget about going to the library and digging through microfiche! Here are some of today’s global front pages for the historic Obama win (by the way, I love being right):
As a side note, Newseum also has a physical museum in Washington DC that includes additional news exhibits and photo galleries, journalist memorials, as well as a 3D thrill ride through “the most dramatic events in journalism history.” Talk about digital physical convergence.
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