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Journalism as we know it is in trouble. e old models don’t serve us anymore with the content we need. Now is our chance to make it better. By investing aggressively and entrepreneurially in the future of knowledge media – in both journalistic reportage and in powerful storytelling, we can ensure that people get the fullest global perspective. e Time is Now. Alisa Miller is the President & CEO of PRI, Public Radio International, and her new blog is Global Matters Post. Follow her on twitter. PA R S I N G How many times have you paid your taxes?

Be compassionate to everyone no matter the level of connection. Make compassion a core business value. Start with a smile to a stranger. ” Mitch Joel is President of Twist Image and author of Six Pixels of Separation. KNOWLEDGE How does news shape the way we see the world? Distorted, bloated, and not representative of what is happening. Too oen, American commercial news is myopic and inwardly focused. is leads to a severe lack of global news. And increasingly, a shortage of “enterprise journalism” – journalistic depth built over time through original sources – that provides the context and enables thoughtful response.

Nobody will make us energy independent. Nobody will cut government waste. Nobody will clean up the environment. Nobody will protect us against terrorist threats. Nobody will tell the truth. Nobody will avoid conflicts of interest. Nobody will restore ethical behavior to the White House. Nobody will get us out of Afghanistan. Nobody understands farm subsidies. Nobody will spend your tax dollars wisely. Nobody feels your pain. Nobody wants to give peace a chance. Nobody predicted the Iraq War would be a disaster.

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