Digital news: Is it the new journalism?

Digital news is getting a lot of attention right now thanks to the rise of social media.

This means that it is easier for people to share their stories and opinion, and it has the potential to change the way we think about journalism.

But it is also getting a fair amount of criticism from critics who feel it has a tendency to sensationalise the news and distort it for profit.

Digital news has become an increasingly important and profitable part of our news culture and in the last few years it has become the most talked about and watched part of the news cycle.

It’s a bit like watching an episode of Game of Thrones.

You see the entire episode on your phone, but you can also read a portion of it on your laptop or tablet.

But while the whole episode is available on your TV, the digital version is not.

That is because it is streamed live, and people are not paying for the content on a subscription basis.

For those who do subscribe, the online version of the episode is always available, but there is no digital version on mobile devices.

So how can digital news survive in this digital environment?

The Digital News Challenge This is the second annual Digital News Competition, launched by the Institute of Digital Journalism in 2016, to raise awareness about the need for digital news.

It was initially launched as an educational initiative to help young people understand the importance of digital news in their daily lives.

The challenge was launched to provide a platform to help the competition organisers improve the digital news experience.

In 2018, the Competition was expanded to include a competition for newsrooms and news outlets to build digital tools to increase their online reach.

The Challenge is now a fully funded project with a team of over 150 digital news professionals from across the world.

The aim of the Challenge is to support digital journalism across all industries and help companies to become more digital friendly and digital-ready.

The Competition is currently run in partnership with Digital Content Group and has been a hugely successful success.

The prize is a $10,000 cash prize for the winner.

The winners of the 2017 Competition will receive a $1,000 Amazon gift card.

The 2018 Competition is the biggest yet and is being run by a consortium of organisations and organisations across the digital space including Digital Content, The Institute of Data, the Australian Institute of Information Technology (AIT), Digital Media Australia, Digital News, and Digital News Australia.

What’s new in 2017 The 2017 competition is the third in a series of Digital News Challenges to be launched over the next three years.

These competitions aim to improve the quality of digital content across all media.

The 2017 Challenge aims to: improve the content experience for people with digital disabilities across all platforms and platforms, to help digital news organisations reach a wider audience and to help people understand how digital news can change their lives.

Improve the digital accessibility of news content, and improve the overall accessibility of digital media.

Improve accessibility across all audiences and formats and across all formats across all technology platforms.

Increase the accessibility of content for all audiences, and increase the accessibility across the Digital Media Community.