Interesting observations about the future of journalism in Bill Grueskin, Ava Seave, and Lucas Graves‘s Introduction to their series of articles The Business of Digital Journalism in Columbia Journalism Review. We found some of their comments hit a cord in our heart, as anybody familiar with GRNlive, or who has been following this blog, could appreciate. “We do have a bias: We think the world needs journalism and journalists. We welcome the tremendous access people now have to data and information, but much of what Americans need to know will go unreported and unexposed without skilled, independent journalists doing their work. That work can include reporting and editing in the traditional way, as well as aggregating information from other sources, or sorting and presenting data to make it accessible and understandable.” And we say, Amen to that, and not only in America.