The 7 senses of the art of religion news in the digital age, Part 1

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Seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, smelling, believing and remembering

The art of religion news during the redesign of big news media, 2015-2016

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NYT Times CEO Mark Thompson talks strategy

The art of religion news during the redesign of the New York Times, 2014

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Industrial age news media was learning to compete in the digital age while the digital native news media were learning that being native to the digital world didn’t mean that you couldn’t be wounded, killed, and eaten.

The art of religion news during the redesign of big news media, 2012-2014

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How will the big media goliaths of the industrial age survive? How will their redesign affect the design of religion news? The current answers to this question can be summed up as going: big; social; global; local; and lean.

The art of religion news in the broadband, multimedia, social age, 2010-2011

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The independent online religion news magazine, A Journey through NYC religions, was launched in 2010.

The art of religion news in the broadband, multimedia, & social age, 2006-2009

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Listicles, memes, and photo lists fueled new startups’ ascent to the most viewed entertainment and news providers.

The art of religion news in the broadband, multimedia, & social age, 2000-2005

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The 21st Century brought the rise of websites gushing with digital creations connected by fast, big rivers of data made possible by broadband networks, faster computers and more storage space.

The art of religion news in the Browser Age 1990 – 1999

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The invention of the browser was like a spectacular magic trick of invoking new sights at the click of a finger.

The art of religion news in the PC age, 1976-1989

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Complexity and contradiction in the art of religion news

The art of religion news in the internet age, 1962-1975

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The era of plain text

The art of religion news in Disrupter City

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News media innovations arose with the vast movement of people and ideas into late 19th Century New York City.

David Aikman’s When the Almond Tree Blossoms reads as if it was written about 2016.

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New edition published September 1st!

The incompleteness theorem of the art of religion news

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More than anything else, New York City contains religious mysteries.

Sensationalism versus sobriety in the art of religion news in the 19th & 20th Centuries

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The reign of “objective news” was gradually supplanted by the reign of screaming headlines and sob-provoking stories.

Intro: Complexity and contradiction in the art of online religion news reporting

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The art of religion news media starts in America with its very first newspaper.