My 'Crisis' Advice to Newspaper Company CEOs: 11... →
From the site: “The clock is ticking. The next time you gather at API — or anywhere else — for a crisis summit, ponder these ideas.”
Need to Make Profits Online? It CAN Be Done →
From the site: “After my December column, some asked: How exactly do we make enough money to sustain, let alone grow, our newsgathering organizations? How do we continue to serve our communities’…
The All-Digital Newsroom of the Not-So-Distant... →
A detailed look at what an all-digital newsroom might look like.
The Economics of Giving It Away - WSJ.com →
From the Web site: “In a battered economy, free goods and services online are more attractive than ever. So how can the suppliers make a business model out of nothing?”
TNTJ January: Don’t know about you, but I’m ready... →
ONE more tweet, then I swear to God I’m done for the day. My response to January’s @TNTJ: Old news orgs vs startups? http://bit.ly/8amY
Actually, all the links I posted to Twitter are here: http://bit.ly/35KgHi. These are all my @publish2 links: http://bit.ly/bSD3
BTW, if you ever want to revisit all these interesting links I’m circulating, they’re all here: http://bit.ly/bSD3.
RT @amcreynolds Academy at Menlo-Atherton High School launches citizen journalism initiative: neighborhood blogs. Ex. http://bit.ly/iU4K
dunn, reporter | Syllabus for course studying news... →
A great outline for a syllabus for studying news biz models, via @andrew_dunn. Ask your prof to do this as ind. study!
A great outline for a syllabus for studying news biz models, via @andrew_dunn. Ask your prof to do this as ind. study! http://bit.ly/wq1o
Can’t not tweet this song. I love it. Thanks @BingFutch! http://song.ly/ns
MoJo DoJo Slate lauches "Fresca Fellowships" to... →
Your investigative reporting sabbatical, sponsored by Fresca.
OU board chair: “It sickens me to think of the waste…spent in the name of open records and freedom of the press.” http://bit.ly/4CGh7o
I wrote this narrative a few weeks ago on why I still have hope for news, including thoughts on nonprofit models: http://bit.ly/1EVxq7
Urgent Deadline for Newspapers: Find a New... →
Endowing Newspapers: What Are We Saving, Anyway? -... →
No Need to Make Newspapers Not-for-Profits.... →
Rebuilding Media is a blog I just found and it has some great writing and resources. Including this article on nonprofit newspapers.
Who Says 2008 Was a Washout? Here Are 10 Papers... →
These 10 papers actually increased revenue in 2008 (from E&P).
Google or business schools - who could save the... →
Media future, strategy and visual journalism with... →
Why not use non-journalists as correspondents for those things that should be in the news but don’t need advanced journalism skills to do?
Personalised newspapers: industry saviour or just... →
Would you pay for having a personalized newspaper delivered to your doorstep?
These 10 papers actually increased revenue in 2008 (from E&P). http://bit.ly/WYr9
Criggo - Terrible typos that made it into the news →
If you’re on an editing staff, it always helps to run your headlines by someone with a dirty mind first. They’ll catch it.
TEMPLE: Nonprofit newspaper? Nonsense : Columns &... →
I disagree with some points, but I think the main point I took away was that not every newspaper can just go nonprofit and not change the way they do news.
Nonprofit Newspapers: Think Tank: Online Only: The... →
Will the Washington Post be saved by going nonprofit?
Papers must charge for websites to survive →
The argument against giving away your news for free.
DOING MORE WITH LESS: VoiceOfSanDiego.org leads... →
This is how the VoiceOfSanDiego.org does quality local investigative journalism as a nonprofit org:
Letters - Imagining Newspapers of the Future -... →
NYT readers react to the nonprofit newspaper model.
Endowing every U.S. newspaper: $114 billion.... →
Hammering the main point home — without reinventing news itself, newspapers can’t just ask for handouts as a nonprofit.
City council tries to envision future of... →
Interesting how this city council weighs in on the future of journalism.
MediaShift Idea Lab . Endow Newspapers? Wrong... →
Dan Gillmor weighs in to the nonprofit debate.
This is how the VoiceOfSanDiego.org does quality local investigative journalism as a nonprofit org: http://bit.ly/uZoh
NYT readers react to the idea of nonprofit newspapers: http://bit.ly/4jddVC
RT @jeffmignon: EXCELLENT - “Upside of disappearing newspaper advertising” - http://tinyurl.com/7xtgyr
RT @boycaught “Printing The NYT Costs Twice As Much As Sending Every Subscriber A Free Kindle” http://ff.im/-PBEN
Do you prefer to hold #CollegeJourn on Twitter or at the chatroom at collegejourn.com? Please DM me w/your vote.
Printing The NYT Costs Twice As Much As Sending... →
Some people commented that their numbers are off, and not everyone likes the Kindle, but still a fascinating idea.
Also - would love it if someone could help us out by posting #CollegeJourn recaps like journchat.info does. Any volunteers?
Last week’s #CollegeJourn chat was top-quality and definitely worth the reread here: http://bit.ly/2SkTLa
To everyone studying journalism: #CollegeJourn chat happens tomorrow (and every Sunday) from 8-11 p.m. EST. Join us & PLEASE RETWEET!
This site will NOT harm my computer, thankyouverymuch. Google broke the internet. (also, check your Gmail spam filters everyone!)
Correction: Some journos keep things short&sweet. Others will give you 50 in. when you ask for 20. THOSE ones love to hear themselves talk.
Journalists love to hear themselves talk. That is all.
“Good typography is invisible. Bad typography is everywhere.”
EXCELLENT post from Chi-Town dispelling the myths about nonprofit news orgs (and as a nonprofit themselves, they know) http://bit.ly/Uc8E
How well endowed should you be? →
Ravings from the editor < Chicago News, Events and... →
EXCELLENT post from Chi-Town dispelling the myths about nonprofit news orgs (and as a nonprofit themselves, they know):
Full Disclosure Blog Archive Twittering away... →
Just because David scooped his own wire service on Reuters doesn’t mean it’s unethical.
Crap! Was just told @mitchjoel was a PR guy. Just found him today, too. Sneaky PR people.