By Justin Robertson
Remember there was a moment when, as journalists, we thought digital media would never replace the hard and fast print rules that were engrained in our souls all through j-school? I used to tell myself “digital will never be bigger than print".
There's been a shift.
The latest annual study of digital journalism by Oriella PR Network surveyed more than 500 journalists from 15 countries and found nearly half of Canadian journalists [48 per cent] think their web audience is larger than print. In the US only 25 per cent think their web audience is greater and globally it's 34 per cent.