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Assessing Local Journalism
News Deserts, Journalism Divides, and the
Determinants of the Robustness of Local News
journalism  local  localnews 
5 weeks ago by iankennedy
Want to Know What Facebook Really Thinks of Journalists? Here's What Happened When It Hired Some.
“They have it down to a science,” said one former curator. “We were truly slaves to the algorithm.”
facebook  futureofnews  journalism 
may 2016 by iankennedy
Why BuzzFeed is the Most Important News Organization in the World
Because they have the power to rapidly iterate on the shifting sands of digital distribution, they will win.
buzzfeed  journalism  BenThompson 
march 2015 by iankennedy
Efficiency: The Final Cut
Jeff Jarvis on the march of technology in the newsroom
journalism  jeffjarvis 
march 2015 by iankennedy
Silicon Valley and Journalism - Make up or Break up
Legacy media did not understand what it was losing, Silicon Valley did not understand what it was creating
EmilyBell  journalism  media 
november 2014 by iankennedy
The Death and Life of Great American Newspapers
Suggesting an annual tax subsidy of $200 to subscribe to the paper of your choice
businessmodel  newspapers  media  journalism 
march 2009 by iankennedy
Behind the Incredibly Shrinking Media - BusinessWeek
The audience's attention capacity has not shrunk, but the demands on it did—exponentially. Without broad strokes or simplification, we humans are, for the most part, simple creatures that like to feel, well, good. That means being included, being liked, respected, taken care of, admired, satisfied. This "new world" brought us massive amounts of information but no new time to digest it, so we cognitively economize and focus on what's required. This isn't me saying humanity is destined to become a group of wandering watercooler idiots, but I think we can all agree we need to tame our info lust and refocus.
newspapers  media  trends  journalism 
march 2009 by iankennedy
Information Wants to Be Expensive
Gordon Crovitz on online news. "For years, publishers and editors have asked the wrong question: Will people pay to access my newspaper content on the Web? The right question is: What kind of journalism can my staff produce that is different and valuable enough that people will pay for it online?"
businessmodel  media  journalism  economics 
march 2009 by iankennedy
Brill's secret plan to save the New York Times and journalism itself
Steve Brill wants to take the NYTimes back behind the paywall to save itself. Ad tag-line: "An Old-fashioned Tradition is Back: Read the Times for 15 Cents a Day."
nytimes  newspapers  business  journalism 
february 2009 by iankennedy
Post Remix
Washington Post blog about mashing up news
washingtonpost  hacks  journalism  mashup 
october 2007 by iankennedy
Open - Code - New York Times Blog
Blog covering ways to hack the nytimes.com archives
nytimes  opensource  journalism 
october 2007 by iankennedy
9 Ways for Newspapers to Improve Their Websites
Most of these are elementary but sometimes we forget the basics
journalism  online  newspapers 
may 2007 by iankennedy
A VC: The New Journalism?
Fred Wilson on how social networks become a filter for your news. - I learn stuff on Twitter every day that is more profound than many of the blogs I read.
journalism  socialnetworks 
may 2007 by iankennedy
The Doc Searls Weblog : How to Save Newspapers
The Doc weighs in on the latest cycle of this age old debate
journalism  newspapers  media 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Doc Searls : Giant Zero Journalism
We are all authors of each other. What we call authority is the right we give others to author us, to make us who we are.
journalism  media 
march 2007 by iankennedy
journalism.org weekly news index
Trend watching news coverage in the mainstream media.
journalism  media  analysis 
january 2007 by iankennedy
Hyper-Local Hero
Profile of Rob Curley who is changing the face of online newspapers one city at a time.
journalism  robcurley 
january 2007 by iankennedy
Social Media is No Mo
The phrase "social media" as a standalone category is moot.
socialmedia  journalism  trends 
january 2007 by iankennedy
Faces of the Fallen: Iraq and Afghanistan Casualties | washingtonpost.com
Interactive site is a powerful reminder of the cost of US involvement in Iraq. An example of programming as journalism.
iraq  journalism 
november 2006 by iankennedy

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