Jim Brady, the editor-in-chief at Digital First Media, has heard all the "doom and gloom" about journalism’s future.
“I've been to too many conferences where the tagline of the conference should be just ‘We're all going to die,’” he joked.
But with his current venture, Project Thunderdome, which launched last July, Brady is helping to build a different type of newsroom -- one that can thrive in the digital environment.
“The goal of Thunderdome is to restructure the costs of a traditional newsroom that makes it sustainable going forward,” Brady told It’s All Journalism.
He sat down recently with IAJ Producers Michael O'Connell and Megan Cloherty and guest Producer Sean McCalley to talk about his work and the future of sustainable digital journalism.