Axios subscribers are a bit skeptical of the tech press these days, but they don’t seem to care.
It’s a sentiment echoed by the millions of tech-savvy consumers and businesses who have access to these sources of news.
A Pew Research Center survey last year found that only 17% of U.S. adults reported having a personal digital media connection.
The tech industry is still largely an outlier in the media business.
The vast majority of news organizations in the U.K. and France also have smaller audiences.
But the industry’s size is also increasing as a result of digital and social media, according to Pew’s survey, which found that the industry grew 11% between 2015 and 2017.
The number of U of T students studying technology, for example, more than doubled between 2015 to 2017.
“The technology industry is really only becoming more visible because it’s becoming a larger part of the news business,” says Chris Anderson, an assistant professor at the University of Toronto’s Osgoode Hall Law School and author of a new book on the industry called The Next Web: How the Internet is Changing the Way You Read and Communicate.
That’s a huge change for the U of A, which is still considered one of the most conservative institutions in the country.
It is also the home of the university’s journalism school, which has a reputation for conservative viewpoints.
“We’re not a liberal school, we’re not politically liberal, and yet the journalism school is so conservative,” says Anderson.
The media industry is not just a business, though.
Many in the industry view it as an educational institution, a tool to help students understand their place in the world.
“This is the biggest change in journalism in 50 years,” says David Pogue, who teaches journalism at the U and is also co-founder of Tech Insider.
“It’s really a fundamental shift, and it’s happening in the 21st century.
People who have no knowledge of journalism are going to have a very hard time understanding this new technology.”
The media is not only about the news, it’s also about entertainment and entertainment journalism.
“People love to read tech news because it gives them something to look forward to, because it tells them the future,” Anderson says.
“They love to see a story about a new startup.
They love to look at the latest headlines about social media.”
And there’s an undeniable sense of anticipation when it comes to new products and services that could impact the industry.
“There’s a sense of excitement that comes from the technology industry right now,” says Pogue.
“A lot of people are very excited about it.”
He says the future looks promising.
“For a lot of businesses and people in the tech space, it is really exciting to see the technology market develop in such a big way,” he says.
The new wave of media-industry growth will also bring new challenges for the journalism community.
The technology industry needs to keep up with the changing nature of the media landscape, and the journalism profession needs to adapt to a new way of doing things, Pogue says.
But he cautions that, as with any new business, the industry can’t be a static, monolithic entity.
“You can’t just be a technology company and not have some of the same values as a journalism company,” he adds.
“I think that’s what has happened.
The industry is growing, and you need to evolve as well.
It will continue to evolve, and that’s why you’ll see more diversity.”
As newsrooms struggle to adapt, new technologies could help them thrive.
The newsroom, for instance, has been on the front lines of the digital transformation.
The shift from print to digital newsrooms has been swift, and many reporters are using the platforms they create to tell stories.
“In the newsroom is where we’re seeing the biggest growth in terms of technology, but it’s where people are seeing the most opportunity in terms to inform and educate,” says James Hays, a journalism professor at U of Toronto.
“What I’ve noticed, especially in my own journalism, is a lot more open and inclusive, and I think that can be a great thing.”
The future of the journalism business is inextricably linked to the future of news, and not just for the tech industry.
It also comes at a time when some of our traditional sources of journalism have come under attack.
While there are some exceptions, such as the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, the news industry as a whole has been affected by a wave of anti-establishment sentiment.
It was especially hard to survive under the Trump administration.
It took the publication of a story critical of the administration’s immigration policies, for which it received threats of legal action, to stave off this.
The New York Post also experienced a significant decline in revenue as the Trump presidency and his presidency of the U have made the country less safe.
The Washington Post also saw a steep decline in its revenue from