In the continuing debate between Bloggers and Journalists, Murdoch and Google, iPad and Perfect-bound, I find myself reiterating a phrase, having heard it many times over the years within the walls of ad agencies and communication firms, "They don't get it."
If they do, they're spending more money and effort in keeping it from happening, instead of jumping on and enjoying what is becoming an exciting ride.
Here are some interesting services, both technologically-driven and people-driven (people-centric?), that have some interesting service offerings. I'm not sure their services care if you're a blogger or a journalist.
Journalism for the 21st Century.
"UK-based Demotix, which was launched in 2008 in response to a "mass shrinkage" in foreign news coverage by mainstream media, has built up a network of 'street reporters' and has sold their images on to major news organisations, including the Telegraph and Guardian."
Organizing and distributing the world's news.
"Daylife, whose technology is used on the websites of Sky News, USA Today, the Guardian and the Telegraph, was founded in 2005 and has a strategic partnership with Getty Images."
On another note, but closely related to the ongoing debate:
Free Content, Pays