Beyond the Echo

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Sunday, February 21, 2010
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Beyond The Echo Chamber is a book and blog dedicated to changing the national conversation about progressive media and the future of journalism itself.

Co-authored by Jessica Clark and Tracy Van Slyke, Beyond The Echo Chamber: Reshaping Politics Through Networked Progressive Media tells the story of the rise of progressive media from 2004 to today and lays out a clear, hard-hitting theory of ongoing impact.

The book, “tells one of the great stories of this decade,” says Christopher Hayes, Washington Editor of The Nation. “The evolution of an entirely new (and newly powerful) progressive media… It’s a must-read for media practitioners, consumers and progressives of all stripes.”

Clark and Van Slyke work on the cutting edge of media research, analysis and commentary. Beyondtheecho.net will build upon the book’s theories of strategic impact, feature the latest news and trends related to the future of journalism and track the latest high-impact media projects. We invite you to comment, offer suggestions about related stories and projects for us to cover, and join us as we continue to follow the intersection of media, politics and change.

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