- Mar. 19, 2010 Spotted
Combining paid editorial staff and community contributors, readers are taking note of Sacramento Press. And the business has also developed a regional ad network to support the bottom line.
- Nov. 1, 2009 Blog
A Laurel to Len Downie Jr. and Michael Schudson for a comprehensive review of developments in the journalistic ecosystem.
- Nov. 1, 2009 Articles | Columbia Journalism Review
News consumers are telling us something. We should listen. If we really want to reconstruct American journalism, we need to look at more than the supply side; we need to explore the demand side, too. We need to start paying attention to the trail of clues in the new-media ecosystem and follow those “breadcrumbs.” I don’t hear from any of those consumers in this report.
- Sep. 30, 2009 Blog
Never before has the idea of a free press meant so much to everyday Americans. It’s not that the country is under siege by a runaway tyrant or that we have rampant corruption or government by secrecy. Rather, the idea of a free press is taking on new meaning in a nation where, increasingly, small towns and rural areas, exurbs and even suburbs have ...
- Sep. 18, 2009 Blog
What imaginative stuff the winners showcased yesterday at this year’s Knight-Batten Symposium and Awards for Innovations in Journalism.
- Sep. 2, 2009 Blog
Since June, when J-Lab released “New Media Makers,” its new study of grant-funded media projects, we’ve tracked another $7.5 million awarded by foundations to support or jumpstart news and information initiatives around the country.
- Feb. 10, 2009 Blog
Is it important for news to survive – or news organizations? See today’s New York Times for a sampling of opinions.
- Jan. 23, 2009 Blog
The first U.S. forays in citizen media began in earnest only in 2004. Now, as 2008 comes to a close, we need to stop referring to citizen journalism as a monolithic phenomenon and pay closer attention to the many ways it’s evolving.
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