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Narrative erosion, paying for news, and more video: Nic Newman's 2014 media and tech predictions

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Narrative erosion, paying for news, and more video: Nic Newman's 2014 media and tech predictions

Here's the 2014 instalment of media and technology predictions from digital strategist and ex-BBC journalist Nic Newman. 

Last year's predictions on the rise of mobile and video were spot on, though expectations on the rise of wearable computing and gesture control might have been a little premature. 

What's in store for 2014? Among Newman's latest predictions are a further erosion of narrative storytelling, new sources of investigative reporting and more people paying for news.

Newman is also Associate Fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University and Senior Research Fellow at City University London. You can find our coverage of the institute's 2013 report here

Embedded below is his full outline of what to expect, and you can also find the predictions as a document here


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