Much has been said how the new digital technologies are rehaping the face of news gathering, presentation and distribution.
Reports of the death of painting, however, were an exaggeration. Painting did not die, but it was certainly transformed. You might think of the work of Jackson Pollack and react with distaste and displeasure (if abstraction offends you, that is); you might also think of Picasso, De Chirico, Magritte, or Cézanne. I'm not attempting an art lesson but rather advancing the idea that change is not bad, and what might seem to be a death in one person's view might be a rebirth in someone else's eyes.
I'm not ready to acknowledge the death of photojournalism -- but I am scanning the horizon for signs of its new forms.