A new online journal is looking to bring journalism to the masses and make it available to the public.
In its inaugural issue, the new journal, Journaling, aims to take journalism to an audience that hasn’t yet seen it before.
“We’re taking journalism and the way it’s consumed, how it’s perceived, and how it gets shared to millions of people,” said Jonathan Gries, the journal’s publisher.
“We want to bring it to a more public audience.”
It’s all about content, and that means finding a balance between making journalism easy for everyone, and making sure there are things that matter to everyone.
For now, there are only about two hundred journaling features available.
They’re designed to help users navigate the digital world, get their news, and get their ideas across, but Gries said there are more features in the works.
The journal is being launched today in conjunction with the launch of the new version of the iPhone app, as well as a series of other features.
“There’s been a lot of interest in journalism from a bunch of different sources,” Gries told ABC News.
“There are a lot more people that want to read it than there are people who want to do it.”
The idea behind the journal comes from a new movement called the “New Journalism Movement.”
A few years ago, it became clear that there were a lot less people who were actively interested in journalism than there had been in the past.
“It was just a little bit of a shock, and a lot people didn’t even know what it was,” Grys said.
The new Journaling aims to bring a much more collaborative voice to journalism by making it easier to get articles written and edited, to make them accessible to the wider public, and to let users create content and share it with others.
“Journaling was the medium of the past, and we want it to be the medium that’s going to be around in the future,” he said.
“It’s really important to me that we bring in a bunch more of the digital journalism tools that people have in the last 10 years.”
The new journal will be accessible to anyone with a Mac and a Web browser, and will also be accessible for iOS and Android users.
Gries said he’s looking to expand the number of features available in the journal.
The aim is to have a full suite of features, including a daily digest of content from all over the world.
But the main goal is to make it a platform for people to share their work, and for journalists to publish their work.
“When you’re going to have access to a journal, you want to make sure it’s accessible,” he explained.
“So that’s the first step.”
The goal is not only to get a wide range of journalists, editors, and editors to share and publish their content, but also to make the process of writing articles easier and more enjoyable for everyone.
Journaling aims for a mix of traditional journalism features and new ways to interact with the online world, Gries explained.
It’s a journal that aims to be accessible, it’s a tool for journalism, and it’s an opportunity for people around the world to have their work published.
“Our goal is really to make journalism accessible for everyone,” he told ABC.
“And to do that, we want to help journalists, we think the community wants to help the community, so we’re trying to help them be the best that they can be.”