Video’s vision of journalism’s future looks a lot like buzzword hell

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives.Enlarge Image<div id=”96016867-889d-4046-adbf-70c53a7fba6c” class=”enlargeImage” data-component=”globalModal” data-global-modal-options=”{“content”:””,”modalTemplate”:”{{content}}”,”setContentOnInit”:false}”/>The machines have all the answer. The question is how long they will still need humans. Tronc/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET I’m going to challenge you.I want you to spend 30 minutes of your day composing an employee motivation video that includes the maximum number of nightmare scenarios and buzzwordy cliches. Then I want you to present it to your bosses. If any of them bite, we here at Technically Incorrect want to see if it beats the quite body-shivering, bloviatory effort of Tronc.This company, formerly known as the Tribune Group, includes hallowed brands such as the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times. And it sees the future of content.…


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