Chris Weingarten explains the horrible mess of music journalism today

by Jason Gross

18 June 2009

 

Writer Chris Weingarten addressed The 140 Characters Conference in New York. June 16, 2009 and made this poignant and hilarious speech about music journalism in the Web 2.0 age.  It’s definitely worth watching and debating.  I’ll have some comments to throw in but it’s worth watching this and digesting this.  What do you think about what he has to say?

 

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