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Few people are actually trapped in filter bubbles. Why do they like to say that they are? » Nieman Journalism Lab
We’re not trapped in filter bubbles, but we like to act as if we are. Few people are in complete filter bubbles in which they only consume, say, Fox News, Matt Grossmann writes in a new report for Knight (and there’s a summary version of it on Medium here). But the “popular story of how media bubbles allegedly undermine democracy” is one that people actually seem to enjoy clinging to.
journalism  politics  research 
10 days ago by tysone
Algorithm Tips – Find tips for stories on algorithms
This is a growing list of potentially newsworthy algorithms used by the U.S. government. As more decisions are influenced by algorithms, more algorithmic accountability may be needed. But where to start? Here, you can find algorithms warranting a closer look.
government  journalism  algorithm 
may 2017 by tysone
Explanation for What? | David V. Johnson
Vox.com’s capture of the know-it-all demographic
vox  journalism 
march 2017 by tysone
The forces that drove this election’s media failure are likely to get worse » Nieman Journalism Lab
Segregated social universes, an industry moving from red states to the coasts, and mass media’s revenue decline: The disconnect between two realities shows no sign of abating.
journalism  politics  trump 
november 2016 by tysone
We need a Data Journalism Archive. Before it becomes just another 404 error | Simon Rogers
It’s time for a Data Journalism Archive. Before we forget everything we know.
archive  data  journalism 
october 2015 by tysone
Best practices for reaching a Millennial audience
The long-term viability of media companies today depends on understanding Millennials — a massive, influential demographic that grew up connected to the Internet, social platforms, and smart devices.
me  journalism  nytimes  millennials 
october 2015 by tysone
Audience & Analytics Reading List
Here's a sampling of interesting articles and resources for thinking about audiences and analytics in the context of journalism.
toteach  analytics  journalism 
september 2015 by tysone
An oral history of the epic collision between journalism and digital technology, from 1980 to the present
journalism  history  toteach 
april 2015 by tysone
Inside the Collapse of The New Republic - The New Yorker
“The only compliment Chris or Guy ever said about a piece was that it ‘did well,’ or it ‘travelled well,’ ” one of the staffers who resigned said. “If we had published Nietzsche’s ‘Birth of Tragedy,’ the only question would be, ‘Did it travel well?’ ‘Yes, Wagner tweeted it.’ ”
december 2014 by tysone
Some Personal News — The Message — Medium
I have a proven track record of being sad to leave jobs, and being ecstatic to start new ones. You’ll be thrilled to have me, for however long you do.
business  humor  journalism 
december 2014 by tysone
The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Andreessen Horowitz
I am more bullish about the future of the news industry over the next 20 years than almost anyone I know. You are going to see it grow 10X to 100X from where it is today. That is my starting point for any discussion about the future of journalism. Here’s why I believe it, and how we will get there.
journalism  news  prediction 
september 2014 by tysone
Let Me Explain Why Miley Cyrus’ VMA Performance Was Our Top Story This Morning | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
I don’t hesitate to call it stupid bullshit because we all know it’s stupid bullshit. We know it and you know it. We also know that you are probably dumb enough, or bored enough, or both, to click on the stupid bullshit anyway, and that you will continue to do so as long as we keep putting it in front of your big, idiot faces. You want to know how many more page views the Miley Cyrus thing got than our article on the wildfires ravaging Yosemite? Like 6 gazillion more.
cnn  journalism  theonion 
august 2013 by tysone
Investigative Reporters and Editors | Tipsheets and links
Session materials from panels, demos and hands-on classes at the 2013 IRE Conference. Were you a IRE 2013 speaker with materials we don't yet have on this list? Send them to web editor Tony Schick at tony@ire.org or resource center director Lauren Grandestaff at lauren@ire.org.
ire  journalism  tutorial  toteach 
june 2013 by tysone
What Ate the Periodical? A Primer for Web Geeks
“Newspaper” and “magazine” are labels that speak to format and topicality, and plenty has been written about both. But they also speak to how those entities are structured as businesses. What, if anything, did the internet change about those things? And what qualities endure despite the shifting tides? Let’s take a look.
forsnd  toteach  journalism  newspapers 
september 2012 by tysone
Economically Healthy 'Daily Planet' Now Most Unrealistic Part Of Superman Universe
Frustrated fans of the Superman comic book said Monday the continued financial stability and cultural relevance of the series' Daily Planet newspaper is now the most unrealistic part of its universe and an annoying distraction that has ruined their reading experience.
forsnd  journalism 
july 2012 by tysone
"Fit to Print" Trailer
Newest trailer for "Fit to Print" - a documentary about the changing news environment, past present and future.
forsnd  journalism 
june 2012 by tysone
Audio: The 15 Awesome SXSW Interactive Panels Every Journalist Should Listen To - Phlog
If you're a journalist in the trenches, chances are you're too busy and too poor to attend (and your publisher is too poor to send you to) SXSW Interactive, the annual to-do where all the smart, well-funded bastards go to interact with other smart, well-funded bastards who can afford to think for five minutes about how to get us all out of this goddamn mess we're in. 
forsnd  sxsw  journalism 
march 2012 by tysone
On Innovation | Hatchomatic
Discussing whether news organizations should or shouldn’t innovate is silly and pointless. Of course they should. Every industry must. The conversation needs to be about making smart choices and maintaining standards, and how to do that in a challenging business and technological environment. To his credit, Pexton raised those questions. To his detriment, he fails to fully explore them.
innovation  journalism  washingtonpost 
january 2012 by tysone
The Hole In FON Theory : CJR
To be clear, this discussion is not about institutions versus technology or institutions versus networks. It’s about, institutions for what? Technology for what? Neither is an end in itself.
journalism  technology 
december 2011 by tysone
Teens using vodka tampons to get drunk - CBS 5 - KPHO
(Story of the year?) "Using a beer bong rectally is the same concept as a vodka soaked tampon," Thomas said. Rather than the traditional beer bong you'd find at a college party, kids are sticking the tube elsewhere to get wasted. They're calling it "butt chugging."
alcohol  drinking  journalism 
november 2011 by tysone
9/11 Newspaper headlines: design and typography
The images above are from newspaper Extra’s published on september 11, 2001, the images below from september 12. It’s an experiment. I was just curious how each newspaper brought the news that day. How big their headlines were in comparison to the size of the pages. How objective the content would be.
toteach  typography  newspapers  journalism  history  9/11 
november 2011 by tysone
The Shorter-Form Journal : CJR
Certainly, the Journal still does lots of top-flight work, and most stories don’t need 2,500 words. But many do, and how does going short as a policy help readers understand the really important stuff like systemic problems, corporate misbehavior, business innovation, or sweeping economic change?
journalism  from delicious
october 2011 by tysone
Comparing The New Aggregators: Flipboard, Pulse, Zite, Float And More | paidContent
For consumers, there are now so many of these next-generation RSS readers that it can be daunting to keep them straight. But they have distinct differences. Some curate content with an algorithm, while others use a team of editors. Some have made partnerships with publishers, while some are charging ahead without them. And there are other differences too, in areas like customization, sharing and price. To see how some of the new aggregators stack up, check out our chart below.
ipad  apps  journalism  from delicious
september 2011 by tysone
New York Times Opens Up Its Software Lab | Epicenter | Wired.com
All modern media companies are really software companies. It’s simple necessity. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about Facebook or The Washington Post; the production and display of so much information in so many different media requires serious digital chops. Even if you’re leveraging tools developed elsewhere, someone has to put it all together. You can be good or bad at this, but you can’t avoid it.
journalism  nytimes  beta620  innovation  technology  development  from delicious
august 2011 by tysone
David Simon, Creator of Acclaimed HBO Series "The Wire": As Profit Motive Guts Newspapers, Communities Lose Out
High-end journalism can and should bite any hand that tries to feed it, and it should bite a governing hand most viciously. Moreover, it’s the right of every American to despise his local newspaper for being too liberal or too conservative, for covering x and not covering y, for spelling your name wrong when you do something notable and for spelling it correctly when you do something dishonorable. As love-hate relationships go, it’s a pretty intricate one, and an exchange of public money would prove unacceptable to all.
newspapers  journalism  david_simon  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
The Wall Street Journal under Rupert Murdoch | Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ)
Overall however, when it comes to the quantity of coverage of major topics, the evidence suggests that the Times and the Journal have indeed become more competitive since Murdoch bought the paper.
wsj  murdoch  journalism  nytimes  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
Jay Rosen on Journalism in the Internet Age | FiveBooks | The Browser
In a break from our usual practice of focusing on books, we asked the journalism analyst and veteran blogger to recommend five articles illustrating the upheavals of the news business
journalism  toread  toteach  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
Journalist's Resource: Research for Reporting, from Harvard ...
We’re unlocking the world of scholarly research for journalists. With many of the nation’s leading journalism educators, we are part of a movement striving to realize a vision of a deeper profession.
journalism  writing  research  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
The Situation and the Story: Press Corps Parties While White House Makes History | The New York Observer
"Here is the deal," Mr. Banquet wrote. "We are not being holier than thou, or criticizing anyone who chooses to go. But we came to the conclusion that it had evolved into a very odd, celebrity-driven event that made it look like the press and government all shuck their adversarial roles for one night of the year, sing together (literally, by the way) and have a grand old time cracking jokes. It just feels like it sends the wrong signal to our readers and viewers, like we are all in it together and it is all a game. It feels uncomfortable."
nytimes  washington  journalism  government  from delicious
may 2011 by tysone
Interviewing Data :: The Scoop
You wouldn’t stumble into an interview with a source having done no research, no preparation. Why in the world should journalists treat data sources any differently?
data  journalism  derek_willis  nytint  nytimes  toteach  from delicious
may 2011 by tysone
From dozens of articles, a portrait emerges of the 'Times' portrait | Capital New York
"A portrait emerged" is a bit of phrasing that is so distinctly Times-ian that it is used everywhere someone wants to project the gravitas of the Times. It's a style that's sui generis, and that commands authority and means something even when it means nothing at all. It's nothing against the Times at all: it's a testament to the trust that readers and writers place in their editors and their copy-desks that this bit of rhetoric can do so much with so little. There is nothing deceitful or underhanded about the "emerging portrait" story. It's just that when you see "emerging portrait," you are seeing the Times in a moment of self-reflection, or else you are reading a copycat.
nytimes  language  journalism  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
Google News founder Krishna Bharat
“When journalists think they’re producing content, pure and simple, they’re wrong,” Bharat said — in the same way that a Starbucks barista thinking she simply produces coffee is wrong. “You think you’re there for coffee, but you’re really there for the full experience” — the music, the collegiality, the reading space, the aroma, the brand. You pay for coffee, sure; but “the whole experience is what counts.”
news  google  prediction  journalism  forsnd  from delicious
april 2011 by tysone
Traditional News Outlets — Living Among the Guerrillas - NYTimes.com
Some of our critics insist that objectivity is unattainable — or boring ­— so why try? To me that is like saying that because much of our children’s future is ordained by genetics, we should abandon the effort to be good parents. Impartial journalism, like child-rearing, is an aspiration, but it is a worthy one.
nytimes  journalism  bill_keller  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Q&A with Overheard in the Newsroom's Kevin Cobb
Editor: "If you're still at work and they're vacuuming, you know you've made the wrong career choice."
journalism  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Darrell Issa e-mail leaks: Why John F. Harris is massively overreacting. - By Jack Shafer - Slate Magazine
Of course it is wrong for somebody to share correspondence without asking for permission first, but if that ethical constraint were universally observed, there would be no journalism. We'd all be rewriting GAO reports for a living.
journalism  washington  from delicious
march 2011 by tysone
Key departures suggest 4 factors critical to the future of programming and journalism | Poynter.
Not being able to access the equipment is like “telling reporters to go out and tell the news, but only the people who work at the press can write anything down,” said Josh Hatch, online content manager for Sunlight Live at the Sunlight Foundation.
newsapps  journalism  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
The False Binary
Our future does not rest on the tools we hand down, but in the desire for expression we instill in others. You can hand me a pen and teach me to express my love of writing through letters and sonnets and stories. Or you can show me the joy of existence, and words will be but the beginning of all I create.
journalism  prediction  data  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Daily Editor Rallies the Troops -- Daily Intel
"Find me the oldest dog in America, or the richest man in South Dakota."
thedaily  journalism  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Data journalism – shorthand for coping with information abundance | Martin Moore
Data journalism is shorthand for being able to cope with information abundance. It is not just about numbers. Neither is it about being a mathmo or a techie. It means being able to combine three things: individual human intelligence, networked intelligence, and computing power.
journalism  toxic_waters  nytimes  nytint  me  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Huffington Post: A journalistic race to the bottom - latimes.com
The fact is that AOL and the Huffington Post simply recapitulate in the new media many of the worst abuses of the old economy's industrial capitalism — the sweatshop, the speedup and piecework; huge profits for the owners; desperation, drudgery and exploitation for the workers. No child labor, yet, but if there were more page views in it…
prediction  aol  huffingtonpost  journalism  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Who is The Daily trying to reach? What problem is it trying to solve? » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
But I must confess I came away from the announcement a little underwhelmed — not just because the app seems a little laggy and unresponsive (that’s fixable), but because I’m not sold that there’s a vision for who, exactly, The Daily is trying to reach and what problem, exactly, it’s trying to solve.
thedaily  murdoch  news  journalism  ipad  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
Talk To Me, Malcolm Gladwell! | The New York Observer
Old model: tour the country to promote your book. New model: write a book to tour the country.
journalism  from delicious
february 2011 by tysone
A manifesto for the simple scribe – my 25 commandments for journalists | Tim Radford | Science | guardian.co.uk
Former Guardian science editor, letters editor, arts editor and literary editor Tim Radford has condensed his journalistic experience into a handy set of rules for aspiring hacks
journalism  toteach  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Columbia Journalism Review : The News Frontier Database
CJR is launching a new database today. The News Frontier Database is a searchable, living, and ongoing documentation of digital news outlets across the country.
database  journalism  startup  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
NPR's Giffords Mistake: Re-Learning the Lesson of Checking Sources : NPR Ombudsman : NPR
While NPR made a significant mistake that dinged its credibility, it should be commended for quickly apologizing and being transparent. Rather than hurting NPR’s credibility, taking responsibility for the mistake should enhance it.
npr  ombudsman  journalism  ethics  twitter  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Inside the Media Hiring Bubble | The New York Observer
The media-jobs thaw that The Observer first noted in April has reached a stage that might best be described as like poaching fish in a barrel. Editors like Ms. Brown, Mr. Lindgren and Matt Winkler of Bloomberg News are getting the talent they want, when they want it, and with little foreplay.
journalism  jobs  nytmag  from delicious
january 2011 by tysone
Scocca : Nobody in Journalism Has a Career Plan Anymore
All of which is to say: huh? Old media are being raided by new media, but new media are copying old media, and Mark Zuckerberg is Time magazine's person of the year, or should that be the other way around? Gawker would like to look like a magazine site. Huh?
journalism  career  forsnd  from delicious
december 2010 by tysone
Flipboard's Mike McCue: Web format has 'contaminated' online journalism
"It's generally agreed that the Web isn't a very good place to read. With constantly changing, amorphous formatting and an invariably ad-choked feel, the Web has never been able to replicate the quiet, unencumbered pleasure of reading in print."
forsnd  journalism  news_design  design  from delicious
december 2010 by tysone
NY Times Editor: WikiLeaks Is ‘Not My Kind of News Organization’ - Jeff Bercovici - Mixed Media - Forbes
”I don’t regard Julian Assange as a kindred spirit,” Keller said. “If he’s a journalist, he’s not the kind of journalist that I am.”
wikileaks  nytimes  bill_keller  journalism  from delicious
december 2010 by tysone
10 Best Data Visualization Projects of the Year
Data visualization and all things related continued its ascent this year with projects popping up all over the place. Some were good, and a lot were not so good. More than anything, I noticed a huge wave of big infographics this year. It was amusing at first, but then it kind of got out of hand when online education and insurance sites started to game the system. Although it's died down a lot ever since the new Digg launched.
2010  visualization  forsnd  data  journalism  nytgfx 
december 2010 by tysone
After secrets: Missing the point of WikiLeaks | The Economist
With or without WikiLeaks, the personel, technical know-how, and ideological will exists to enable anonymous leaking and to make this information available to the public. Jailing Thomas Edison in 1890 would not have darkened the night.  
wikileaks  prediction  data  journalism 
december 2010 by tysone
How the Magazine Industry Can Save Itself | Co.Design
"In the Internet age, distribution isn't a competitive advantage. But highly curated content can be."
forsnd  publishing  journalism  magazines 
november 2010 by tysone
Answers to Readers’ Questions About State’s Secrets - NYTimes.com
"Why do we get to decide? And why did we decide to publish these articles and selected cables? We get to decide because America is cursed with a free press."
nytimes  nytcriticism  wikileaks  journalism 
november 2010 by tysone
Why the iPad Newspaper is Doomed
Rupert Murdoch is putting $30 million and 100 journalists behind an iPad newspaper called "The Daily." He even has support from Apple CEO Steve Jobs. But no one really believes this thing will last. Here's why.
murdoch  prediction  newscorp  ipad  journalism 
november 2010 by tysone
Press: New Paths to Buried Treasure - TIME
1986: "The power of this thing is unbelievable," says Journal- Bulletin Reporter Elliot Jaspin. "Newspapers are either going to start doing what we do, or they're going to be bypassed and out of date."
journalism  history  car  data  prediction 
november 2010 by tysone
Too Good to Check - NYTimes.com
This was an important “story.” It underscored just how far ahead of his time Mark Twain was when he said a century before the Internet, “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.” But it also showed that there is an antidote to malicious journalism — and that’s good journalism.
friedman  nytimes  nytopinion  quotes  journalism  ethics  facts 
november 2010 by tysone
I Am a Blogger No Longer - Marc Ambinder - Politics - The Atlantic
Really good print journalism is ego-free. ... Blogging is an ego-intensive process.
blogging  journalism 
november 2010 by tysone
Designing Media
Arthur Sulzberger Jr. believes first in high-quality journalism. Indeed, he feels that it is journalism's mission to give people the information they need to keep democracy alive. He is confident that the print version of the newspaper is here to stay. At the same time he welcomes additional media that give opportunities to tell stories in other ways, allowing the same content to reach more people with video, audio, slide shows, and, as he puts it, "all of these things that have become so wonderful" on the Web.
journalism  nytimes  sulzberger 
november 2010 by tysone
Interactivity on a Budget : CJR
It would be unfair, though, to only focus on heavy-hitting sites that have dedicated interactive staff for such time-consuming projects. Across the country, smaller-circulation newspapers had to make the same decisions about how to visualize the data coming in on Election Night, but they had to make those decisions with far fewer resources.
elections  politics  data  visualization  journalism 
november 2010 by tysone
Ask The New York Times: Wikileaks Iraq War Logs - NYTimes.com
But what we at The Times regard as balance and impartiality, the harshest of our detractors, writing from what seems to be a Manichean and Machiavellian perspective, see as a devilishly clever plot to set up Mr. Assange, the better to destroy him
wikileaks  journalism  john_burns  nytimes  nytcriticism 
october 2010 by tysone
City Paper Staff Memo on Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert Rallies - City Desk - Washington City Paper
"The act of not laughing, though, can be just as politically loaded as the act of laughing. Therefore, staffers are advised to politely chuckle, in a non-genuine manner, after each joke."
colbert  jon_stewart  parody  journalism  ethics  hilarious 
october 2010 by tysone
George Packer: Why I'm not on Twitter, don't have an iPhone
People feel a right to their own facts because there's so many facts, pseudo-facts and falsehoods posing as facts out there that we don't rely on a few sources. There are no key trusted sources that have the assent of most people. That is a long and complex phenomenon, but I do think it's led to an inability to come up with a coherent picture of who we are and what's happening and what the possible solutions are."
culture  journalism  newyorker  facts 
october 2010 by tysone
Local newspaper boasts ultimate passive-aggressive paywall policy - Boing Boing
Dig the guilt-trippy decree (in crimson comic sans, no less!) displayed next to each and every article:
toteach  journalism 
october 2010 by tysone
The Media Equation - Brand-Name Journalists Cross a Vanishing Divide - NYTimes.com
More and more, media outlets are becoming a federation of individual brands like Mr. Kurtz. Journalism is starting to look like sports, where a cast of role players serves as a platform and context for highly paid, high-impact players. And those who cross over, after years of pushing copy through the print apparatus, will experience the allure of knocking some copy into WordPress and sending it out into the world to fend for itself.
october 2010 by tysone
YouTube - Citizen Kane - How to Run a Newspaper
"You're right, I did lose a million dollars last year. I expect to lose a million dollars this year. I expect to lose a million dollars next year. You know, Mr. Thatcher, at the rate of a million dollars a year, I'll have to close this place in... 60 years."
journalism  citizen_kane 
october 2010 by tysone
“I hope it is a hacker reading this.” Chris’ kick-ass cover letter. « News Apps Blog
In celebration of Chris’ first year as a hacker journalist, and as an encouragement to job seekers everywhere, I present to you the best cover letter I’ve ever read. Click through to read the annotations on DocumentCloud.
october 2010 by tysone
SpeakerText | Home
SpeakerText is a premium service for video publishers that turns video into text so that it can be searched, shared and accessed by everyone.
totry  toteach  journalism  tools  video 
october 2010 by tysone
How to be a data journalist
Data journalism trainer and writer Paul Bradshaw explains how to get started in data journalism, from getting to the data to visualising it
forsnd  data  journalism 
october 2010 by tysone
The Most Powerful People in New York - Is New York 'Times' Managing Editor Jill Abramson Bill Keller's Heiress? -- New York Magazine
In many respects, she’s more alpha than Keller, with a confidence that makes some Times people still smarting from the Raines era a little nervous. ... “Long before she got run over by the truck, people knew she had a lot of strength,” Keller says.
nytimes  abramson  prediction  journalism 
september 2010 by tysone
A Rocket's Trajectory : CJR
For now, the Post’s talented staff must insist that Brauchli and Weymouth do not neglect the core journalistic mission of the Post, a mission that, in the Watergate era, inspired bumper stickers that declared: THANK GOD FOR THE WASHINGTON POST. Unless Brauchli and Weymouth want to be remembered as cost-cutters and bureaucrats, they had better find a way to recapture some of the flair and magic of the old Post as they build a new one.
washingtonpost  journalism  prediction 
september 2010 by tysone
Americans Spending More Time Following the News: OVERVIEW - Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
The young profile of the regular New York Times readership is undoubtedly linked to the paper’s success online. Nearly one-in-ten of internet users younger than 30 (8%) – and 6% of all internet users – volunteer the New York Times when asked to name a few of the websites they use most often to get news and information.
pew  journalism  trends  research 
september 2010 by tysone
Grunge speak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Grunge speak was a hoax created by Megan Jasper, receptionist for Sub Pop Records. Under pressure from a reporter for The New York Times who wanted to know if grunge fans had their own slang, Jasper, 25 at the time, told the reporter a set of made-up on-the-spot slang terms that she claimed were associated with the Seattle grunge scene in the early 1990s.
nytimes  journalism  hilarious 
september 2010 by tysone
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