The Washington Post John Sullivan, who helped lead a Philadelphia Inquirer team to a Pulitzer Prize with an examination of violence in Philadelphia schools, will join both The Washington Post and American University in May.
Andrew Beaujon @ Poynter - TV / Radio - on 1/3/13
Carlee Soto told CBS the now-iconic photo of her waiting for news … Read more.
Andrew Beaujon @ Poynter - TV / Radio - on 19/12/12
Disruptive-innovation guru Clay Christensen exhorts news organizations to focus on the “jobs to be done” in their communities. Help people do them and revenue opportunities will follow. (Especially when consumers didn’t realize they needed those jobs to be done. ).
Jan Schaffer @ Neiman Journalism Lab - on 19/12/12
Mobbles preemptively took its mobile app for kids temporarily offline this morning, after learning that a privacy group would be filing a complaint against it with the Federal Trade Commission.
Adweek.com - on 11/12/12
In early September, American University anthropology professor Adrienne Pine published a 4,000-word essay online alleging The Eagle student newspaper was out to get … Read more.
Daniel Reimold @ Poynter - TV / Radio - on 10/12/12
Adweek.com - on 10/12/12
It's now three years since I began #iphonereporting -- doing all my field audio and video recording, editing, and transmission, as well as photos, web writing, and social networking solely on my iPhone and iPad.
Mediashift - on 9/11/12
The ironclad, "Romeo and Juliet"-style firewall that's long existed between media companies' news and business divisions has become outdated. It's no longer a question of whether to break down the wall but how.
Mediashift - on 8/11/12
Let's learn a lesson from the past. When the news first started going digital, that is when it started appearing on the World Wide Web and print saw it as a competitor that would give the product away for free. The digital prophets saw a future in which free wouldn't matter, and said things along the lines of, "If we don't eat our young, someone else will.
Mediashift - on 17/10/12
Coming down off the rosy glow of several days in San Francisco, the beautiful city by the bay, the attendees of the Online News Association meeting are returning home with heads spinning full of inspiration and enthusiasm. There were many great sessions in a really stimulating conference.
Mediashift - on 26/9/12
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