January 8, 2012
Raju Narisetti, the Washington Post managing editor who oversees online:
If anyone, inside and outside The Post, thinks that in 2012 we have a choice between status quo and offering readers compelling news experiences, they are either unwilling to accept the competitive reality facing American newsrooms and journalism, or hankering for a fat and happy past that will never return.
That quote could apply to just about any newsroom. The world is getting a lot more competitive and we have to scramble to keep up.
Be sure to read the rest of what Narisetti has to say.