‘Super Bowl Mania’ Edition Of The NFC North Report

It’s Super Bowl Week!

This week is a build-up to one of the greatest holidays in American history (don’t even try to tell me it’s not a legitimate holiday).  Join your favorite crew — Drew, Tyler, Chris, and myself — for discussion, predictions, and the latest insight on Ron Gronkowski’s ankle injury.

Show details:

  • Date: Thursday, February 2nd
  • Time: 6:00 CT (7:00 ET)
  • Call-in number: (858) 365-5571 (also use this number to listen to the show anywhere right from your phone)
  • To listen: CLICK HERE

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Tentative Show schedule:

  • Welcome
  • Pro Bowl Recap
  • Super Bowl Preview and Predictions
  • Brady vs Manning
  • Super Bowl Commercial Leaks (WHAT?!)
  • Plus random shenanigans throughout

In case you didn’t know about it or had to miss it, and are now distraught about what you may have missed last week, we’ve got you covered. Listen to the Pro Bowl Preview episode of The NFC North Report right here:



About Amanda Lawson

A Wisconsinite stuck in Iowa, Amanda began her journey as a new baseball and Twins fan by sharing her experience on Midwest Sports Fans with the Beginning Baseball column. You can follow her on Twitter @AmandaRLawson to stay up-to-date on the Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin Badgers, and other sports information. Besides her work on MSF, Amanda also contributes her Packer knowledge at PocketDoppler and co-hosts every Thursday night on CheeseheadRadio.

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  339. From the invention of moveable type in 1450 creating the Mass Media Boom to the rise of the digital age with the beginning of the internet, the evolution of media grew exponentially, yet painfully slow. According to the speaker Eric Newton, each generation beginning with the Revolution has grown up with a different form of media on the rise starting with pamphlets. Along with this growth of media, there has also been a pattern of crisis and awakening approximately every 80 years. This has been shown through the Civil War, the 3rd Great Awakening and WWII. Up to that point society had generally seen no media growth other than the change from pamphlets to mainstream newspapers. With the rise of the internet beginning in the 1980’s, the pace of media growth began to increase rapidly. Our generation is currently in the social media age and could very well be undergoing what Newton refers to as the World War 3.0, an invisible war of cyber attacks. In regards to what the future holds, Newton says, “Think crazy. Not the out-of-the-box crazy, but the out-of-this-planet crazy.” After seeing that the cellphone was inspired by Star Trek, the ideas Newton proposes don’t seem so far-fetched. Newton predicts that media will transition through wearable media, intelligent media, bio media, hyper media, and ultimately omni media. This evolution, according to Newton will inevitably lead to World War 4.0, the first human vs. non-human war the world has ever seen.

  340. Today Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, spoke out to the public about history and the future of news. Specifically what 1767 tells us about 2100-2110. He eagerly told us that as Cronkite students we are attending the only University that is a two time winner for media innovation from the Knight Foundation. The lecture proceeded into how one may know what will happen in the future, especially to a year so far away like 2110. People in their twenties currently play key roles, people like us. Every new generation creates new news media outlets. Ever since the American Revolution, all throughout civil war and the third awakening, new medias have developed. From pamphlets to the world wide web the news world is evolving. In order to keep developing and opening our minds to newer and more intelligent ways of learning and experiencing news in our world we, as journalists, must do a number of things. We must be more creative, have truthful storytelling, watch more science fiction, understand the past and present of news etc. Basically, we must think of crazier and grandiose ways to further the development of news media in order to progress in the future.

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  351. At the last Must See Monday event, Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation discussed “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2110. This presentation was really interesting to me because Newton talked about the future of news. He discussed how the industry has changed and what it will soon become. We looked back at a few clips from early movies and TV shows such as a Space Odyssey and Star Trek. It was the inventions of cell phones and the iPad that came from an idea in these shows. Newton mentioned that profoundly the new digital age no one knows how it’s going to turn out. Newton said “the first thing to predict the future is to think crazy.” Another thing he mentioned was that it’s been about every 80 years that there has been a crises and a great awakening where new things are discovered. He broke the different generations in categories such as these:From 2001 to 2026 we are currently in the cyber generation, where mobile and social media is what’s emerging among us. This includes things such as smart phones, tablets, remote sensing, blogs, and citizen media and so on. He also went on and discussed the further future generations such as visionary, 2027-2047, Hybrid, 2048-2068, and Courageous, 2069-2089. Newton said that we are only scratching the surface of the digital age and there’s still so much to explore. I’ve learned a lot about this lecture and I think it really opened the eyes to many of the students at Cronkite. One of Newton’s ending quotes was that “If we don’t engage in the new technology we’re not engaging in our near future.” It’s important for us as journalist to keep up with the latest technology because its new ways and outlets for us to do what we do, which is to deliver new and inform the public.

  352. I thought the information presented at the Must See Monday was extremely thought-provoking. The concept of a WW3.0 and WW4.0 never occured to me, as it is not something I think about often. Also, the different generations to come after mine opened my eyes to the way the world will change, even while I am still on it. Technology today can seem mind-blowing; however, it will eventually become the norm and new technologies will take over. As a journalism major, I do wonder about the future of my craft. Perhaps journalism created by people in the future is meant to be a work of art, not a necessity vital for survival. Maybe journalism students should concentrate on the creativity of creating works instead of the hard news value. It will be a way to enruch lives, not dictate them.

  353. When I saw that “The Pelican Brief” was being shown, I was too excited. I had never seen the movie before, but I knew that Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington were in the film. Denzel Washington and Julia Roberts make a great muckraking team, if that’s a correct way to word it. Before seeing this movie, I often thought about how dangerous it would be as an investigative journalist. Seeing this movie only confirms my thoughts. Julia plays the role of Darby Shaw, who is a student at Tulane University Law School. Darby is under surveillance, so she is hiding out from the assassinator, who is chasing her. She is gets in contact with Gray Grantham (Denzel) and he meets her in New York City. They figure this whole thing out together and thankfully it is a good ending, actually a great ending. This movie allows myself to know that I will never be involved in political or investigative journalism.

  354. Seeing the future of journalism would be like asking a Caveman to give a speech. It’s nearly impossible. Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation knows that one cannot see the future of journalism because journalism is something that needs to be monitored closely. Within each decade, journalism has transformed immensely. From the “first” news story of “Ahhhh” as a caveman would put it, all the way into moveable type and online news stories in the present day. Newton told us tonight that Digital age is a new age and as we move through time, we slowly start to notice the big differences in how things are done. We saw forms of Skype in the television show “The Jetsons” in 1964. Skype was created officially in 2003. The iPad was seen in the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey, Apple created the actual product in 2010. Finally, we saw forms of a cellular device in “Star Trek” which is actually how the creator of the cell phone came up with the idea.These three examples prove that “Each American generation comes of age as a different news medium is rising.”Newton also said “Every 80 years there’s been a great awakening” and we will eventually be so far into the digital age that we will enter in World War 4.0, which is the human race vs. the non-human environment around us.If you look back in time, you will notice that five decades ago, five years, five months even five days ago, the world was different and it will continue to be different as we move into our future of digital news.

  355. “The digital age of communication” is how Eric Newton describes our current state in journalism.What does 1767 tell us about 2100? The history of communication, as described by Mr. Newton, is split up into four parts. The first being “visual,” as in the time of the cavemen. The next, “language” which started around 100,000 BCE. After that came “Mass Media” which started around 1450 CE. The last, for now, being the “Digital” age. We are currently in that state and have been since about 1991. Our current state in communications was made possible by Geostationary satellites. These were thought to be crazy before they were actually made. The key to innovation is being crazy and doing what was thought impossible. That is how we have been able to progress in the field of journalism.Is there anything that you see today that seems like a joke? Hover cars maybe? On an episode of the Jetsons, you can see the two main characters using what we would know as Skype. This show was made in the 1970’s, when nobody would have actually thought that Skype was possible. This pattern will continue to happen over time. Who can actually tell where the road will lead for communication and media?

  356. Eric Newton’s presentation on the History of the Future of News wrapped up the first half of the 21st Century Media Organization and Entrepreneurship course. Newton touched on a few topics, including the new age of human communication: the digital age, how science fiction is doing a good job of predicting the future of media, undiscovered patterns in news media, and how people in their 20s play key roles in inventing the future of news media.He noted that every generation grows up with a different type of media. These started out as pamphlets, partisan weeklies and populist dailies in the 1700s. In more recent years, new forms of media have been the world wide web and social media. Newton predicted 4 future generations: visionary, hybrid, courageous and enlightened. These generations will experience forms of media that include intelligent media (artificial intelligence), bio media (media implants), hyper media (cranial downloads) and omni media (telekinesis).Newton said there is a great awakening in society every 80 years, such as a war, and one of these great awakenings in the future may be a war of humans against machines or something non-human in the enlightened generation. He noted that as of last year, the United States government considered cyberspace an area of war.The most resonating message from Newton’s presentation was that in order to predict the future, you have to “think crazy,” not just out-of-the-box crazy, but “off the planet.”

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  358. Eric Newton mentioned we all have to “think crazy—off the planet crazy” during his speech titled “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2110.” Newton definitely sounded crazy as he described stages of future media as Intelligent, Bio, Hyper and Omni. The next one hundred years are supposed to contain artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, media implants, cranial downloads and telekinesis, according to Newton. All this will lead to World War 4.0, humans against non-humans. Newton said 2011 is “just scratching the surface of the digital age.” Personally, I’m fine with the surface. I think where the world is with the media is decent. Newton predicted what new technology will surface based off science fiction, but why is that okay? He concluded with a war. Last time I checked, wars were not something to be looking forward to. Plus, every sci-fi novel or movie that has robots or advanced technology does not end well for humans. Shouldn’t we be trying to avoid that technological extreme? I do think technology has helped society as a whole, and I understand that it will continue to advance throughout the years. However, I feel like a line needs to be drawn or extreme precautions should be taken before experimenting with more media machines.

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  365. How would you feel if someone told you there was going to be a world war 3.0 consisting of humans vs the non-humans? Or what if the media is run by artificial intelligence such as robots and smart grids? Well Eric Newton spoke in the First Amendment Forum yesterday and touched on the future of technology with journalism. He talked about how many things were thought up before they were ever invented like Star Trek coming up with the idea for a cell phone, and the Jetsons coming up with Skype. Newton tried predicting the future with the past by finding the similar patterns and this was amazing to me. The whole time, I wanted to hear more and more about how Eric Newton thought about the future and how he went approaching it. It is kind of intimidating know that we are always moving forward and never moving back, and now, it seems like the pace we are doing it at is accelerating. This is the evolution of journalism, and I feel honored to be right in the middle of it, living life on the fast lane. It’s scary to think that one day, people may be able to learn with a chip being installed to our brains, or having possible telekinesis. We don’t know how far technology is moving but we do know it is moving fast and it’s better to stay on top of it before it tries getting on top of us.

  366. Although Eric Newton’s lecture is titled with the word “News” in it, his topic revolves around the future in a much more general sense. He analyzes the growth of society and the means by which it communicates information, and how it changes from generation to generation, throughout American history. It was a very thorough and in depth analysis, and his expert insight shaped the information: society trends, following patterns and cycles. He pointed out several of these patterns, such as the 80-year crisis cycle – major crises occur once every eighty years or so. When the dates are brought to light, he predicts that a crisis should be occurring right now, during this current generation. He believes that World War 3.0 has already begun as the crisis of our generation; the cyber-war. I felt that this was a very interesting look at how cyber interaction works, and he made a lot of sense. Nations are developing armies of cyber hackers, coding genii intended to either protect the nation’s cyber vault or hack into the cyberspace of another nation. After this, though, was when Newton’s lecture began to twist off the typical Must-See-Monday track, and onto something else entirely: he began to predict the future, as it will unfold, generation by generation. His predictions go as far as machines virtually exceeding humans in every possible sense. Then he returns to the original topic, and wraps it up with a look at how that would impact journalism. Basically, his argument was simple: the people who believe that the current media jobs will still be available in ten years are out of their minds. The media involves with society, and as society blossoms with the rapid growth of technological advances, media jobs will rapidly change alongside it.

  367. he film, The Pelican Brief, is a very intriguing story that involves a investigative journalist and his journey to unveiling a government cover-up. Greg Grantham, played by Denzel Washington, is a dedicated journalism who will do just what it takes to reveal the story. Even though he goes to great extents to find his information, he remains an ethical journalist. He maintains his objectiveness and accountability by thoroughly investigating and not jumping to conclusions Along his pursuit, he finds a highly sought after college student who might have just the information he needs to provide an accurate story. His only hope is to gain information from her, but he also has to keep her safe at the same time so that she does not get killed. Although this movie was not the most influential for journalists, it was very entertaining. The action and suspense reel in the audience, while also showing a investigative journalists work.

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  369. Tonights Must See Monday with Eric Newton offered a great look at the future of journalism. By looking at how journalism has progressed over time, he showed us how we can take that same pattern and apply it to the future. The predictions he brought up were amazing and so advanced it’s crazy to think of society functioning like that one day. And being here at ASU as a journalism student makes me excited for the future and the prospect of being a part of this great future. Some people may think that these advancements may ruin journalism but I think that these will help journalism and get more people even more news faster than ever before. The future is bright for journalism and as long as technology makes great advancements then journalism will be right there with it. I’m excited to be part of the future of journalism and the road it will possibly go down.

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  372. Eric Newton really delved inside of the minds of the future journalists in the room, including myself. Early on in his talk and near the end as well, he told us how the new digital age as well as the future upcoming generations of journalism and technology is unknown; no one knows how exactly it will come out. The idea of singularity brings this up and how it consists of predictions that the future is always radically different. From there is showed us the past generations and what medium was the main use during that time. I enjoyed the gradual evolution he showed us, especially how he compared them to many futuristic movies that have been made somewhat recently. Then his visionary, hybrid, courageous and enlightened generations made people start thinking. Although most of us wouldn’t be alive for all of these generations, he showed us the potential of journalism and technology. He displayed to us, using these examples, that journalists have a big influence in the world and it is definitely going change people’s lives in the future.

  373. Tonight’s Must See Monday surprised me because I had not realized before tonight that technology has been rapidly changing and will continue to change each and every single day. Eric Newton did a great job explaining the timeline of technology and how it has evolved in journalism and around the world in general. By him showing a slideshow of how the timeline seemed to look like really helped me understand what he was trying to explain. I was fascinated when he mentioned how in the future somehow eventually there will be robots and other types of inventions for the human culture. I would only hear and see that in movies and I would have never thought that eventually our world will experience things like that. A thing I found unfortunate about journalism in the future is how print journalism will eventually be extinct. It seems as if that idea becomes much more true as each year passes by. Though I still have hope print journalism will still be alive for a very long time.

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  375. Although the sci-fi genre has long remained in the form of fiction, it has recently taken a turn to being a predictor of the future. As presented by Eric Newton at this week’s Must See Monday, technology has risen exponentially over the last half of the century. This increase in technological advancement has led to outcomes that, as Newton pointed out, have drawn parallels to the fictitious inventions found in sci-fi films and writings. Though Newton’s explanations seemed outlandish at first, they became logical as he efficiently pointed out and explained the similarities found between science fiction and reality. While I am still unsure as to whether or not humanity will ever reach the period of new enlightenment, or Omni Media, I do agree with Newton on the terms that today’s youth will be the leaders of not only journalism but also society. Even though this cyclical nature of society has always been in place, today’s technology has put the field of journalism in a unique and opportunistic position for younger generations to redefine the ideals of journalism. Taking the advice of Newton, as leaders of tomorrow’s news, today’s journalists need to start thinking outside the box and work with traditionalists to efficiently update journalism and put it in a position for a successful future.

  376. At the last Must See Monday event, Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation discussed “A History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2110. This presentation was really interesting to me because Newton talked about the future of news. He discussed how the industry has changed and what it will soon become. We looked back at a few clips from early movies and TV shows such as a Space Odyssey and Star Trek. It was the inventions of cell phones and the iPad that came from an idea in these shows. Newton mentioned that profoundly the new digital age no one knows how it’s going to turn out. Newton said “the first thing to predict the future is to think crazy.” Another thing he mentioned was that it’s been about every 80 years that there has been a crises and a great awakening where new things are discovered. He broke the different generations in categories such as these:From 2001 to 2026 we are currently in the cyber generation, where mobile and social media is what’s emerging among us. This includes things such as smart phones, tablets, remote sensing, blogs, and citizen media and so on. He also went on and discussed the further future generations such as visionary, 2027-2047, Hybrid, 2048-2068, and Courageous, 2069-2089. Newton said that we are only scratching the surface of the digital age and there’s still so much to explore. I’ve learned a lot about this lecture and I think it really opened the eyes to many of the students at Cronkite. One of Newton’s ending quotes was that “If we don’t engage in the new technology we’re not engaging in our near future.” It’s important for us as journalist to keep up with the latest technology because its new ways and outlets for us to do what we do, which is to deliver new and inform the public.

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  380. In this day and age news and media are constantly changing. As Eric Newton said, “Every American grows up with a new form of media in ascendence.” In the beginning there were pamphlets, which transcended into weekly newspapers and soon daily newspapers and the Associated Press. Over the years media continually evolved and is still doing so. Approximately every 80 years there is a “great awakening” that seems to bring about even more change. Science fiction writers use their imaginations, where as most people tend to predict what will happen based on what is known. The examples Newton used in showing similarities between technology now and science fiction were interesting. They ranged from The Jetsons and Skype to Star Trek and cell phones. The discussion of what is next in media was particularly intriguing to me. The possibilities are endless. There is so much that can be done with technology, but like Newton said, “To get to this future, someone has to shape it.”

  381. Tonight Eric Newton spoke to us about the future of Journalism and what technology in media will look like just before the 22nd century. He gave us a timeline that looked pretty interesting to me. Eric believes that communication is on the exponential rise and that we predict the future based on what we know. The future is always changing and there’s nothing we can do about it. It’s inevitable. Eric said something that I thought was pretty interesting. “Science fiction writers are better at predicting the future than the experts.” It’s sad, but true. Everything he was saying in his presentation was true. Like how every 80 years there has been a crisis or an awakening. He used examples like The Revolutionary War to The Civil War and then finally to World War II. Eric predicts that the next world war will be a cyber war. He believes its happening now. I thought his whole presentation was enlightening and really had me thinking into the future.

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  462. Eric Newton blew the roof off of the Cronkite institute! His farfetched yet seemingly possible theory of media history left the audience wondering how the movies and shows they watched in their youth predicted the now present future. His words “Science fiction is doing a better job at bridging history than the experts” had the audiences’ gears turning. No matter how crazy Newton’s theory might seem, once one takes a look at the evolution of human communication his ideas do not seem so impossible. We live in a world that has evolved from natural, cyclical, and linear ways of thinking to a world that utilizes a multi-platform broadband connection to stay in touch. The future is not set in stone and he showed us that with our known capability to exponentially increase the speed of communication. It is evident in our past; from pamphlets, to partisan weekly newspapers, to the penny press papers, to the contemporary speed of The Associated Press, as well as in the cycle of awakenings or crisis that some experts say reach back to the dawn of human communication. His words and his evidence piqued at my imagination, raising images of a future where there are no longer humans and machines but a hybrid, a being so intelligent that its only goal is to achieve perfection. Achieve perfection in a cyber world where imagination and battlefronts have no boundaries, where the newest apple technology and the latest fashion trend are simultaneous, where news is where you want it to be and you are where the news is. A world where everyone is a part of the same sentient environment, where mankind is no longer at war with itself but with species that are not of flesh and blood but of gigs and bytes. We have definitely crossed into a new era unlike any the world has ever seen; the possibilities extend beyond the last horizon. We have barely scratched the surface of this new digital age. It pleases me to know that myself as well as my peers are the architect that drives this massive engine of change. We will be the ones who deal with the truthfulness and accuracy of the media, the ones who will master this technology based reporting, evolve with every new digital tool, the ones who rewrite the code of ethics, and the ones who will deal with all the results. It is us that execute the plans that build a culture of continuous change.

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  464. I really enjoyed this post. You get at something very amusing and rather benign in English literary studies in the U.S., at least in comparison to what occurs with the study of literatures in Spanish in the U.S., especially in environments where there are many Latinos. The issue of native authority is racialized in Spanish, and students commonly expect their professors to be “natives” of Mexico or South America or Spain. It is natural, to a certain degree, that students should feel alienated or at least confused when confronted with an outsider who claims to speak to their identity and culture. One way of dealing, as a faculty member, is obsessing over one’s command of Spanish, since that linguistic ability becomes an index of one’s ability to gain acceptance.

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  468. Tonight’s discussion with Eric Newton about the history and evolution of journalism answered an important question aspiring journalists might have- how can we shape the future of the media world? Newton informed us about the constantly changing patterns of the media. He concluded with the future of journalism and what it ultimately holds for writers and reporters involved in this field. As students from the millennial generation, we have the power to affect our future and make even further progress with the digital age. Newton discussed the unknown influence of science fiction writers and how they “used their imaginations” to create a story and see their vision come to fruition. It is stimulating that a successful journalist encourages his audience to “think crazy” and write unconventionally in order to produce thriving stories. The only idea that I find hard to accept is the future of the hyper media and discovery of artificial intelligence. Understanding the history and fast-developing technology, this concept seems likely but also shocking that it could potentially happen in our lifetime. Throughout every generation, however, journalism is similarly defined: “the extensive search for truth” and a source for providing critical information to people helping to build and improve society.

  469. Tonight’s Must See Monday with Eric Newton, the senior adviser to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, felt a lot like sitting in on a lecture from the prominent Stephen Hawking. Though I never experienced Hawking and his wild predictions personally, I knew that Newton related as another innovating mind just in the journalism world. He described in detail the new age of the media and how the media is changing within every generation. Today we live in a world of social and mobile media, but our world is looking to head into a few more eras which he names as: visionary, hybrid, courageous, and enlightened. Newton expresses the digital world to be like a cyclone how it turns, but keeps moving forward. He also believes that we take the ideas that people have come up with in the past and put them to action in the now. For example, “The Jetsons” cartoon show gave people today the idea of skype, and “Star Trek” would lead to the cell phone. Newton says that the key to evolving the digital age takes crazy thinking, “off the planet crazy” thinking.

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  472. This week’s Cronkite’s night at the movies was thrilling to say the least. “The Pelican Brief” was thrilling and exhilarating. The movie is surrounded by a conspiracy underlying the murder of two very different Supreme Court justices sends people into a frenzy, causing numerous murders and leads to a complicated journey to the truth. The murders that take place at the beginning of the movie are very intriguing and really reel the audience in. One thing this movie does really well is the use of the “shock factor.” A lot of the murders to me were so unexpected and bizarre. The story really leaves the audience asking themselves what just happened and what is going to happen next. Each time I thought it couldn’t get any crazier it does, which makes for a great story and movie. Another thing the movie really displays well is paranoia. The characters show it well and there were even times where I got paranoid just watching it. The fact that the reporter gets paranoid in his cabin shows his belief in Darby’s story and understanding of the seriousness of what they are dealing with. There were many times in the movie when I found myself thinking this can’t get any worse, then some light shines on the subject only to get even darker than it was before. The action was very effective as there were times when my heart started racing in anticipation especially during the parking garage scene toward the end of the movie. A part from being really entertaining I found the investigative reporting very well thought out. Although they do some sneaking that could be thought of as bad, I think that there intentions were very pure. Once again, this movie made me appreciate journalism. The reporter, Grantham, knew how serious obtaining information on the brief was but he investigated it anyway. It really boosted my assurance that journalism is the profession for me. Although not all stories are going to be as exciting or life threatening as the one in the movie, my goal is to help people which is ultimately what Grantham does by taking on this story. I am really glad that I attended this week’s movie as it was super entertaining. I could find myself watching this movie again.

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  477. Eric Newton’s presentation on the history and future of journalism was surprisingly interesting. In it, he painted a stark picture of not only the future of journalism, but also the future of the world and how it relates to the journalistic profession.Newton listed the history of journalism, as well as the theory that a new brand of media evolves with every passing generation. From the pamphlet age to our current digital media juggernaut of an existence, one can definitely see the cyclical nature of journalistic evolution. But Newton didn’t simply stop at the current age. Instead, using predictions from “The Singularity is Near” and similar books, he applied the technological outlook to journalism. With the advent of new robotic organisms and faster, more instant global dissemination, the future speed and reach of news will only expand.However, I believe the human element will fall by the wayside in the relatively new future. While the ability to deliver the news will speed up, the same can be said of how humans wish to receive the news. Long drawn out explanations will no longer be desired. They barely are now. Journalists role will decrease. People will want the information, and at most they will look to experts for analysis.

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  479. With the closing of tonight’s Must See Monday, I wasn’t sure if I should be excited for the coming age of journalism or afraid of an out-dated sci-fi movie becoming a reality. That in mind, I wasn’t sure how valid Eric Newton’s projections for the coming 100 years or so were. Granted, history does show us a large jump in message reach from a “nearby crowd” to millions with the introduction of something as fabulous as the internet. Also, Newton included that “we tend to use what we know to guess what happens,” but I would have liked to see more factual evidence to back up his “guesses.” I can’t be a total critic because much of what he said is true; for instance, it is true that “every american generation has grown up with a different form of media on the rise.” With this “constantly changing” media, who’s to say we won’t live a future that includes electronic minds, robots of some sorts. After seeing slides on Star-Trek inventions that became realities, Newton’s notion of the future, “Think crazy. Not the out-of-the-box crazy, but the out-of-this-planet crazy” don’t seem too crazy. But this “enlightened” era near the beginning of the next century? All I can say is thank goodness I won’t be around for this World War 4.0 and an “Avatar”-like future; I don’t look good in blue anyway.

  480. Eric Newton, the senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, discussed the changing face of the future of news as part of the Muse See Monday speaker series. Newton discussed how in order to really understand how the future will shape up, you must think crazy. Newton then showed various slides and graphs that showcased the different forms of news from 1767 to 2110. Newton’s projections of the future of news may seem strange, but thinking crazy, his conclusions truly make sense. Newton discussed the numerous types of news stubbornly creeping into our futures, such as intelligent media, bio media, hyper media and omni media, all of which contain a vast amount of virtual wonders. Although at first it seems frightening that “World War 3.0”, a battle in cyberspace, is most likely going to break out, Newton emphasized how our country is effective at winning wars, and from this war, we can build news institutions and strong societies. Overall, I was especially intrigued by Newton’s presentation about the future of news. I definitely can see where he is coming from, and I believe that some of these drastic changes are definitely due for our current media.

  481. From the invention of moveable type in 1450 creating the Mass Media Boom to the rise of the digital age with the beginning of the internet, the evolution of media grew exponentially, yet painfully slow. According to the speaker Eric Newton, each generation beginning with the Revolution has grown up with a different form of media on the rise starting with pamphlets. Along with this growth of media, there has also been a pattern of crisis and awakening approximately every 80 years. This has been shown through the Civil War, the 3rd Great Awakening and WWII. Up to that point society had generally seen no media growth other than the change from pamphlets to mainstream newspapers. With the rise of the internet beginning in the 1980’s, the pace of media growth began to increase rapidly. Our generation is currently in the social media age and could very well be undergoing what Newton refers to as the World War 3.0, an invisible war of cyber attacks. In regards to what the future holds, Newton says, “Think crazy. Not the out-of-the-box crazy, but the out-of-this-planet crazy.” After seeing that the cellphone was inspired by Star Trek, the ideas Newton proposes don’t seem so far-fetched. Newton predicts that media will transition through wearable media, intelligent media, bio media, hyper media, and ultimately omni media. This evolution, according to Newton will inevitably lead to World War 4.0, the first human vs. non-human war the world has ever seen.

  482. Before addressing the myth of the English professor, there are some real differences I experienced in grad school here and at the University of Leicester. While abroad: 1. Faculty went on strike one day in protest for higher wages, which closed down the entire university 2. Graduates prepare tea-time for the seminar break, rather than everyone rushing out (to smoke?). 3. One professor adds Saturday classes to be held in her office if not enough material is covered 4. The U of L has a Paternoster, an “elevator” in constant motion without doors in which people hop in and out. My favorite book on the myths of English professors is David Lodge’s Trading Places. For a scholar exchange program, Morris Zapp from Euphoric State University (US)and Philip Swallow from the University of Rummidge (UK) experience the 1960s on the other side of the Atlantic. (At one point, Swallow entertains at a faculty dinner: he has everyone play a game in which they state what they have not read. A Shakespeare scholar fesses up to not having read what turns out to be the faculty’s highest esteemed text for that field. He later does not get tenure because of this gap in his reading). I teach TP in Transatlantic Literature. The novels in this course express myths between the US and UK when characters encounter the other side of the pond.

  483. This week’s Must See Monday was fascinating. Being a journalist means you have to both tread lightly but shed light on critical issues. I kept having flashbacks of my Ethics class and all the times we discussed sensitivity. What is too much? How can we minimize harm? How do we remain objective?With major events, such as the Tuscon shooting, people want to be as informed as possible. There is a major demand for news and collecting it is a difficult endeavor. Remaining profession and objective is key but we are all human beings. The ethics of journalism is very tricky. I took from the discussion that when dealing with disasters and tragedies, understanding the situation is key. The best way to report is to know what people are living through. Patience is key.

  484. Reporting truthfully and accurately without further hurting victims during natural and man-made disasters was the theme of Must See Monday featuring Victory Merina from Reznet, and Ina Jaffe from NPR. The speakers covered how trauma isn’t always just for the victims of the disasters, it often can extend to the journalists covering wars, deaths and other disasters which increases the difficultly in covering the news right. Jaffe said her first breaking news event was a school shooting in 1989 in Los Angeles, in which the shooter killed 5-6 kids. “I covered the scene of them patching up the bullet holes so they could go to school the next day, but I was terrified of having to talk to children and stick a microphone in their face after this event,” Jaffe said. Jaffe said you cannot make it worse, that’s the bottom line do not make it worse for the people that are involved. Merina brought up covering the Rodney King case, he explained that covering the deaths resulting from the riots was the most challenging for the reporters. He said that he had to talk to someone who was open first before approaching the family as a whole, because they will allow the others to trust you. They said that trying to be humane as possible and showing respect helps all reporters trying to cover these stories. They also said that deadlines can’t affect our ability to get the full story, it’s a sign of respect to give the story the time it needs. The two said that it is troubling if you get this wrong as a human being, and increase the damage to the people dealing with sorrow. Respect for the victims was the theme of the night, as all cases they talked about demanded respect for the victims, the event, and the other people involved. Being able to connect to the people involved opened the door for Merina in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, because it allows for people to see that your not out to harm them. As a Cronkite student, I feel that we are blessed with the proper tools and training to allow us to cover these events right. We are required to take ethics, but also we learn how to report ‘old-fashioned,’ and more to get the best story not just the quick story. That training allows for us to be human beings as well as reporters.

  485. This week’s Cronkite’s night at the movies was thrilling to say the least. “The Pelican Brief” was thrilling and exhilarating. The movie is surrounded by a conspiracy underlying the murder of two very different Supreme Court justices sends people into a frenzy, causing numerous murders and leads to a complicated journey to the truth. The murders that take place at the beginning of the movie are very intriguing and really reel the audience in. One thing this movie does really well is the use of the “shock factor.” A lot of the murders to me were so unexpected and bizarre. The story really leaves the audience asking themselves what just happened and what is going to happen next. Each time I thought it couldn’t get any crazier it does, which makes for a great story and movie. Another thing the movie really displays well is paranoia. The characters show it well and there were even times where I got paranoid just watching it. The fact that the reporter gets paranoid in his cabin shows his belief in Darby’s story and understanding of the seriousness of what they are dealing with. There were many times in the movie when I found myself thinking this can’t get any worse, then some light shines on the subject only to get even darker than it was before. The action was very effective as there were times when my heart started racing in anticipation especially during the parking garage scene toward the end of the movie. A part from being really entertaining I found the investigative reporting very well thought out. Although they do some sneaking that could be thought of as bad, I think that there intentions were very pure. Once again, this movie made me appreciate journalism. The reporter, Grantham, knew how serious obtaining information on the brief was but he investigated it anyway. It really boosted my assurance that journalism is the profession for me. Although not all stories are going to be as exciting or life threatening as the one in the movie, my goal is to help people which is ultimately what Grantham does by taking on this story. I am really glad that I attended this week’s movie as it was super entertaining. I could find myself watching this movie again.

  486. Must See Monday went into the depths of digital media entrepreneurship, and the projects that ASU students have completed. Dan Gillmor and CJ Cornell introduced the concept and four different projects that students have produced, and all proved that many changes to life are possible with new media. Why digital media, and the Cronkite school? This is my favorite topic that was introduced. Cornell talked about how he we are in the second age of digital media innovation, the first was all technology, and now it’s in our hands to change the use and content on in new media. If you look at the first half of the innovation, new tech companies like Yahoo, Google, Apple, and Microsoft have all made major profits with the internet. Things such as a search engine, which seems so simple to us now, changed the way the human race can get information. Now it’s our chance to not only benefit financially as innovative journalists, but help change how people get information and change the world for the better. The four projects introduced show how diverse our projects can be. Anything from community service to information about the light rail community can be used as a focus for a project. Once again, the magic thing about this is that by helping people get news and information these projects also have the chance to be highly profitable. This proves that there are great ways to make money, and that great journalism is adaptable. Must See Monday really implemented the idea to me that the Cronkite School is on to something by giving students the teaching and funding through the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship to make both money and a difference.

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  488. I thought it was interesting how this week’s Must See Monday was planned before the Tucson shooting occurred because the topic, “Communities in Crisis: Ethical Consideration for Journalists” is a fitting issue to discuss after such a tragedy. Nevertheless, the Must See Monday gave helpful insight on how to truthfully report and cover a crisis while remaining ethically sound that I think every journalist ought to know.Ina Jaffe from NPR West explained how she covered her first breaking news story, the Cleveland School shooting. One day, a man referred to as a loner showed up on the schoolyard and just started shooting around. Many children, mainly Southeast Asian refugees, were killed or wounded. Jaffe’s story was on how the school was patching up bullet holes, cleaning the schoolyard and planning to open the next day. Jaffe was horrified to have to stick a mic in the face of a child who just saw their classmates shot, but her editor said to not interview children. Instead, Jaffe reported on the scene and talked to people who were not children. Although children were the main ones who witnessed the event, interviewing them was crossing that ethical line that could have made the situation worse and more tragic. Children may have given insight into the horrific occurrence, but interviewing such young children would have brought more suffering.Based on his own experience covering tragedies and communities in crisis, Victor Merina from Reznet talked about the importance of observing your surroundings in addition to conducting interviews. When journalists are looking for that golden quote, they often fail at other things such as observing the location and people for the story. Observation can add much richness to stories and help the audience get a better picture of the scene. Merina also mentioned the importance of spending time with the people you interview to get a better understanding for the story. By taking that extra time to understand and make your sources feel comfortable, you build their trust and are more likely to gain helpful information for your article.I feel that this week’s Must See Monday gave valuable information and tips that many Cronkite students may need to use in their futures as journalists.

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  493. What Eric Newton set before me was not only scary and inspiring, but extremely daunting. Scary in the sense that I may very well see my doom at the hands of a cold heartless robot, but also inspiring in the sense that I may see myself as one of the innovators that changes the game forever. It inspired me in more ways than no, though. I think that the only way to survive these days is to either cheat (which I don’t plan on doing) or to create. And I want to create. I feel the need every day to do something new, to bring something to the table that nobody has ever seen before. If I can do that in life, I will be happy. What Newton showed us today though, was daunting in many ways. I am not sure how I feel about the digital age, and I am not sure if I am going to survive it. it seems that everyday there is a new technology that baffles me, and to even grasp the idea of creating one of these vast new technologies makes me feel extremely small to say the least. Unfortunately for me, though, I am going to have to suck it up. Because like Eric Newton said, the age of machines is coming, whether we like it or not. To end on a more hopeful note, though, Eric told us that we as journalists will always be needed, at least in our lifetime. There will be no need for a robot to steal my job, and that makes me feel at ease for the most part. We will always need the innovation of the human mind if we are to progress the field of journalism. And like Isaac Newton said of knowledge: it “is a vast ocean in which i hope to someday explore.” I hope to do the same soon, and as I look out into the sea, my hunger to ride the waves is ever growing. I hope at the very least my hunger for new knowledge will get me somewhere. If not, I can always just work for FOX News.

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  495. Tonight’s Must See Monday featured Eric Newton, founder of newseum.org and senior advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Eric’s Talk, “The History of the Future of News: What 1767 tells us about 2110,” was very inspirational. I see why there was so much hype about this. Eric Newton talked about his career is the past decade. He talked about how being a managing editor of The Oakland Tribune was like. I also enjoyed hearing about how he was founding director of Newseum. My favorite part was seeing how connected the past history of journalism is to the future. In JMC 110, we have heard lecture after lecture about the history of journalism. To be honest the book is quite boring, but it is nice to know that the book has a purpose. He talked about how far we have come over the course of eighty years and how much journalism has changed the world. The future is limitless. The only question is where do we go next? Do we go to World War 3? That is quite possible. “Today we are just scratching the surface of the digital age.

  496. Eric Newton presented a great Must See Monday that begged me to reflect on my own thoughts about the future of journalism and technology in general. Tonight’s lecture in the First Amendment Forum started first with a discussion of the past. Newton went over the evolution of journalism and the cycles that it has gone through. It was so interesting that he compared it to a cyclone, as it is “always turning and always moving forward.” It was also intriguing that Newton called this age “World War 3.0.” Comparing the predictions of what New york would be like in 1999 to what it really is like was also something that captivated my interest. It truly goes to show us that although we can predict the future, it is never certain. As the saying goes, the best way to predict the future is to create it. Tonights presentation left me fascinated at the possibilities for the future.

  497. It is difficult to predict the future. Eric Newton says that science fiction has been the most accurate at guessing what the future holds. The way that we access media has been a central habit that is constantly subject to change.The web is being consistently improved for one specific reason – to satisfy the needs of the people. It has been simplified, modified and tailored to accommodate the masses. Personal websites developed into blogs. Websites that sold products evolved and took the form of aggregators that sold an array of products from vendors all over the world.The World Wide Web began to take shape as one large network that is interconnected throughout. This should excite journalists. It means that the possibility of news spreading increased indefinitely.The future is going mobile and the news organizations are falling in step. Active browsing and content will encourage reader involvement. Stories are being packaged in a way that makes them more interesting than ever with text, graphic and video elements.The news and the Internet both share a common interest. The common goal is to best serve the consumer. Now, more than ever, these two entities are working together to provide the most effective and entertaining experience for those with access.Newton said to, “Think crazy.” The presentation presented many futuristic ideas that were both terrifying and intriguing. It will be interesting to see how the world will change in our lifetime.

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  500. Dan Gilmor and CJ Cornell were this weeks Must See Monday’s Speakers, and they spoke entirely about the age of digital journalism that we are in today and how entrepreneurship is and will continue to be involved in the growth of the new journalism. Gilmor spoke about four different students associated with the Cronkite school who dove into the field of entrepreneurship. They spoke about how these ideas are not only tools that give the public what they want and need to know, but they are also great startup business ideas and could potentially result in these students careers for years to come. The four websites the student introduce were not only beneficial to the community, they also gave people exactly what they want, wether it be on the light rail or a more brad range of news instantly. I was thoroughly impressed how these students are virtually all the same age as me and they truly have these amazing ideas that i believe will all add to the world. I believe that all of these students will be able to benefit with full time careers out of their own enterprises. Cornell encouraged student about the opportunities of entrepreneurship in journalism and spoke about the business that will be created and how this will essentially be part of the next wave of technology and journalism in the digital age. She then took questions and thanked the four participants. I thought this had to be one of my favorite presentations largely due to the fact that all of these students were exactly like me. They have been given the same tools as me and have utilized them to the max. It has given me some inspiration to actually consider thinking about creating my own venture in the new digital age of journalism.

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  502. When Eric Newton first began tonight’s futuristic and completely engrossing presentation, he mentioned just how lucky we are to attend the Cronkite School. It is so fulfilling and reassuring to hear such esteemed professionals in the world of journalism compliment our school and its abilities to produce successful young journalists. Newton even mentioned that we have a Dean with ‘superhuman powers.’ With these powerful words, I felt more motivated to pursue a future in journalism than I ever have before. Often times, critics say that journalism is fading, but after tonight’s Must See Monday event, it seems there is no refuting its future potential. Eric Newton presented an interesting look into the past and predicted future of journalism through mass media outlets and other various forms of communication. I cannot wait to become a part of a generation of innovative individuals who work to make science fiction’s crazy predictions prove to be possible. I am so proud to be a part of what will one day become a significant addition to history’s never ending circle of revolutionary changes in media and communications.

  503. With the closing of tonight’s Must See Monday, I wasn’t sure if I should be excited for the coming age of journalism or afraid of an out-dated sci-fi movie becoming a reality. That in mind, I wasn’t sure how valid Eric Newton’s projections for the coming 100 years or so were. Granted, history does show us a large jump in message reach from a “nearby crowd” to millions with the introduction of something as fabulous as the internet. Also, Newton included that “we tend to use what we know to guess what happens,” but I would have liked to see more factual evidence to back up his “guesses.” I can’t be a total critic because much of what he said is true; for instance, it is true that “every american generation has grown up with a different form of media on the rise.” With this “constantly changing” media, who’s to say we won’t live a future that includes electronic minds, robots of some sorts. After seeing slides on Star-Trek inventions that became realities, Newton’s notion of the future, “Think crazy. Not the out-of-the-box crazy, but the out-of-this-planet crazy” don’t seem too crazy. But this “enlightened” era near the beginning of the next century? All I can say is thank goodness I won’t be around for this World War 4.0 and an “Avatar”-like future; I don’t look good in blue anyway.

  504. Today’s Must See Monday discussion was led by, Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. This discussion was centered on the development of media throughout the ages and how it has made such a profound impact in today’s world of journalism and mass communications. Throughout the lecture, Mr. Newton made it very clear about what communications will be like within the next 100 years. He controlled his theories on 4 main principles consisting of 1. Profoundly new ages of digital communications, 2.Science fiction bridging history and philosophy, 3. Undiscovered patterns in the history of news, and 4. People in their 20’s play key role in inventing news media. With these 4 principles, it has been predicted that within time the digital age will expand from what it is now to something so much more profound such as the “Hyper Media” generation. In this generation, media will be more courageous and more science fictional, ultimately leading to World War 4.0. This Must See Monday was a great explanation of how media in the digital age develops, and what we can expect t happen within the future of Journalism.

  505. A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110Eric Newton – Senior adviser to the president of the John s. and James L. Knight Foundation I found tonight’s lecture to be both the most intriguing and the most enjoyable “ See Monday” by far. What really caught my attention were the strange coincidences Mr. Newton presented. In 1767 the new New York was predicted to contain many tall buildings made of stone (skyscrapers) and ships (steamboats). Ideas for modern technology like Skype, the IPad, and the cell phone were derived from movies, which in fact were not based on realistic events, like “The Jetsons”, “Space Odyssey”, and “Star Trek”, respectively. This indeed proves Newton’s closing statement, “if you think of the future and it makes sense, it’s not correct.” In a way, the more radical the idea, the more likely it is to actually occur. With technology seeming to advance every new generation, this leads to new ways of retrieving and reporting the news. By the year 2120, if this pattern persists, new media forms, awakenings, and crises will continue to accelerate beyond our current World War 3.0 to World War 4.0. In this period, Newton predicts that like the arguments and attacks going on in the cyber world today (World War 3.0) will be between humans and non-humans in World War 4.0; Machines will evolve beyond humans. Therefore, it is wise to take an interest in digital media, learn its history and its features, make friends with people who speak “tech.”

  506. This Must See Monday was one of the most insightful productions that has been put on in the Cronkite building and helped me to decide how I should handle difficult situations while out on the job. Victor Merina from Reznet and Ina Jaffe from NPR West in L.A. gave us some their experiences and allowed us to make our own ethical decisions on the situations.Jaffe let us in on one of her traumatic stories that she had to cover of a school shooting. After a school shooting in California, which killed some students at the school, Jaffe was sent to cover the story as the school was re-opening the day after the shooting. She watched as bullet holes were patched up in the walls of the school and was told by her editor to not speak to students of the tragedy. Jaffe told all of us in the room “when you walk into these situations, don’t make it worse.”Merina was assigned to cover the profiles of 54 people who were killed during the L.A. Riots after the Rodney King verdict. He told us of the funerals he attended and how to gain access into the lives of the families without offending them. One of the funerals he went to was an Asian family’s Buddhist ceremony for their recently deceased son. Merina said it was a very unique experience and he made it very comfortable for the family and didn’t make it feel like an intrusion into their private lives.This was a very important Must See Monday to attend and it gave me a lot of pointers that I will keep with me forever on how to handle these sorts of ethical decisions. I also learned that I should not become overly absorbed in these types of stories that I may do in the future.

  507. This week’s Must See Monday,”A History of the Future of News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110,” featuring Eric Newton who discussed his theory on the changing world of media. He detailed how the media changes form one generation to the next; from the Compromise generation to the Cyber generation. Also, his lecture focused on the fascinating predictions people made and the actual changes that occurred. It is amazing how so many people stayed inside the comfort zone of logical reason and would not dare step out into the unknown. The future is right around the corner and is coming closer as time ticks. Newton says the future is for those who “Think crazy!” The science fiction visionaries who are not afraid to take risks and be laughed at by the inside the box thinkers. His lecture was inspiring because it gave permission to be creative and have non traditional ideas. The world of media is changing quicker than it ever has before and in order to stay current one has to constantly be on the edge and try new things. This is where it leads into one of his great topics of the night, an educational “Next Big Thing” think tank! I think that is an excellent idea and should be implemented at the Cronkite School. How amazing would it be to have the best journalism students in the country spearhead an idea and network it across the country and the world. It will give students a new sense of ability and entrepreneurship. Eric Newton was a fascinating speaker and I look forward witnessing and being a part of the next generation of the media.

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  512. Tonight’s Must See Monday surprised me because I had not realized before tonight that technology has been rapidly changing and will continue to change each and every single day. Eric Newton did a great job explaining the timeline of technology and how it has evolved in journalism and around the world in general. By him showing a slideshow of how the timeline seemed to look like really helped me understand what he was trying to explain. I was fascinated when he mentioned how in the future somehow eventually there will be robots and other types of inventions for the human culture. I would only hear and see that in movies and I would have never thought that eventually our world will experience things like that. A thing I found unfortunate about journalism in the future is how print journalism will eventually be extinct. It seems as if that idea becomes much more true as each year passes by. Though I still have hope print journalism will still be alive for a very long time.

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  516. Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation gave Cronkite students a glimpse into the future tonight. The future, as Newton described it, is one in which journalism and mass communication is constantly changing, just as it has for centuries. Newton’s future involves everything from “news bots” to “cranial implants.” Technology that currently feels at home in a science fiction movie but according to Newton the future he described “is definitely crazy so it might just happen.” In fact science fiction is exactly what Newton points to if we want a peek of what the future may have in store for us. Shows like Star Trek and The Jetsons have already demonstrated this by predicting current technology like cell phones and Skype. As members of the beginning of the digital age Newton believes we are simply “scratching the surface” of what this era has in store for us. As technology progresses so will the future of journalism. “The technology has driven the future of news,” said Newton.

  517. Today Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, spoke out to the public about history and the future of news. Specifically what 1767 tells us about 2100-2110. He eagerly told us that as Cronkite students we are attending the only University that is a two time winner for media innovation from the Knight Foundation. The lecture proceeded into how one may know what will happen in the future, especially to a year so far away like 2110. People in their twenties currently play key roles, people like us. Every new generation creates new news media outlets. Ever since the American Revolution, all throughout civil war and the third awakening, new medias have developed. From pamphlets to the world wide web the news world is evolving. In order to keep developing and opening our minds to newer and more intelligent ways of learning and experiencing news in our world we, as journalists, must do a number of things. We must be more creative, have truthful storytelling, watch more science fiction, understand the past and present of news etc. Basically, we must think of crazier and grandiose ways to further the development of news media in order to progress in the future.

  518. Last night’s movie “The Pelican Brief,” was both suspenseful and intriguing. It is an action thriller that keeps you on your toes the whole time. Two supreme court Justices are murdered and a brief is written by Darby Shaw, who is played by Julia Roberts. This Pelican Brief is passed along to first a college professor then an FBI agent. The Brief contains the names of people in the White House who may have had reason to want the Supreme Court Justices dead. Darby Shaw, along with help from Gray Grantham who is played by Denzel Washington go on am relentless dangerous search for truth. After many near fatal encounters with hit-men and attackers Darby and Gray uncover the true culprit behind the assassinations. I really enjoyed this movie from not only an entertainment approach but a journalistic one as well. Darby Shaw and Gray Grantham provide a great example of investigative journalism. They both hold ethics and truth over everything even given the life threatening circumstances. The movie also demonstrates a kind of inverted triangle approach given that the murders are committed at the beginning of the movie rather than the end. I thoroughly enjoyed last night’s movie choice.

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  520. In crisis situations, reporters have two responsibilities. The first is to get the story. The second is to get it without causing any further damage. As Ina Jaffe said, “When you walk into these situations, don’t make it worse.” She furthered that it also isn’t the job of the reporter to make things better either. We aren’t social workers, she said. However, journalists can’t get the information we need for a story unless we behave a certain way. If we act like automatons, our subjects won’t talk to us. However, if we are too sympathetic to our subjects, we interfere with the story and cross professional boundaries. If there is anything I learned tonight, it’s that reporters walk a fine line between their professional duties and their duties as a human being when covering crises. This balancing act seemed to have taken a toll on both speakers. Jaffe said that she would often bury the emotions and not cry about them until a week after they ended. This is the sort of trauma characteristic of disaster victims or relief workers. I never thought that the same thing would apply to reporters.

  521. Tonight we had the wonderful opportunity to listen to Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. I was originally planning on attending simply because it was worth double-extra credit, however, after listening to Mr. Newton speak, I am glad that I decided to go. His lecture about the changes in media over the decades was truly intriguing. To think about where we will be in forty years is almost a scary thought. The vast advancements and changes in technology that are going to occur are enough to change the way in which we live. Interacting with another species that isn’t human is such a strange concept and I find it hard to envision how it is all going to work. It is almost worrying to think that we could be getting into World War 4.0 with a race that isn’t human. I’m not sure I want to be here when that happens. This Must See Monday was extremely interesting and kept me hooked until the very end.

  522. Tonight’s Must See Monday with Eric Newton was definitely one to see. It was very interesting to learn about how the past few centuries have had such a huge impact on the today’s journalism as well as journalism all the way up to the year 2110. In the last 20 years, news and information has been easily accessible by the entire world and Newton discusses that in the next few centuries any information that is put onto a government computer will be accessible to anybody. Eric Newton discussed the new technologies that have developed and where those ideas may have come from. For instance the cell phone, which was first characterized in the Star Trek series, gave the idea to create such a thing. There are also versions of Skype in The Jetsons and the iPad in the movie 2001. Movies and TV series have shown multiple times that they have ideas that are created years after the movie or show is aired. I enjoyed learning about all the new technologies of the future as well as watching the slides of the patterns of the past and the predicted patterns of the future. Eric Newton’s speech was incredibly interesting and I loved listening to every minute of it. I thought it was so interesting to learn about the future of journalism and the future of news. It was especially interesting to hear about how in the future human memory could be implanted into a robot and people could ask it questions and have the memory answer. Technology will continue to advance every day and I highly doubt it will slow down or plateau. I don’t know that it will go as far as memory being implanted in robots but it will continue to advance over the next few centuries.

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  525. Eric Newton presented a great Must See Monday that begged me to reflect on my own thoughts about the future of journalism and technology in general. Tonight’s lecture in the First Amendment Forum started first with a discussion of the past. Newton went over the evolution of journalism and the cycles that it has gone through. It was so interesting that he compared it to a cyclone, as it is “always turning and always moving forward.” It was also intriguing that Newton called this age “World War 3.0.” Comparing the predictions of what New york would be like in 1999 to what it really is like was also something that captivated my interest. It truly goes to show us that although we can predict the future, it is never certain. As the saying goes, the best way to predict the future is to create it. Tonights presentation left me fascinated at the possibilities for the future.

  526. “A History of Future News: What 1767 Tells Us About 2110” with Eric Newton, Senior Advisor to the President of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation This was probably the most intriguing Must See Monday I’ve been to by far: it was very unique, and the theories speculated in this presentation are quite frightening to think about. In this presentation, Mr. Newton had talked about the exponential growth of technology, and how that will affect the way we pursue information and the way we work as Journalists. He talked about how much Journalism has changed in the last ten years alone, and how interconnected the world is, especially with the use of cell phones. He also mentioned how technology would take off from here: soon, technology will not just be a companion of ours, but it will develop to be a part of us. He compared this and other development to the things seen in SciFi movies, and how we already see technology from those movies used in our lives today (like Arthur C. Clarke’s “The Wireless World”, whose work included a space shuttle in it before even Sputnik was launched). Mr. Newton said to keep an eye on Science Fiction, as it may hold many ideas we will see in the future, like cyborgs and such. Personally, I believe not that SciFi predicts what our future has in store for us technology wise, but gives a challenge for inventors, to strive and make fiction into reality. If they continue to do this and continue to push the world forward in technology, I wonder what that means for the future of Journalists. Would our occupation be needed? Will the average person with these new technologies ( in the future) take on the position of Journalist, thus no longer making it an occupation? I suppose that we can only wait and find out.

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