Friday, September 17, 2004


Innovation Journalism Vol.1 No.5, September 17 2004

By Magnus Höij.

In order for text to be “innovation journalism”, it has to cover both the invention and the market. While these two elements are sufficient and necessary for calling it innovation journalism, other elements can be added to make the text even more useful or enjoyable for the readership.

1 comment:

lena said...

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on what constitutes innovation journalism. I agree that covering both the invention and the market is essential for this type of journalism, but I also believe that there are other elements that can enhance the reader's experience. One such element is environmental sustainability, which is becoming increasingly important in today's world. To that end, I would like to suggest incorporating information about Trash Pickup Schedules into innovation journalism. By providing readers with information about how they can dispose of waste responsibly and in an environmentally friendly manner, we can help keep our cities clean and reduce our impact on the planet.