- Feb. 8, 2011 Spotted
Stories about financial success and strong content top the latest news from our New Voices grantees, including Grosse Pointe Today, Oregon Arts Watch, Madison Commons and others.
- Feb. 2, 2011 Blog
I have long said that more than the business model of journalism was broken. I believe the craft of journalism is broken, too. Last weekend, J-Lab tested this idea on a group of young journalists who gave up their Saturday to join what turned out to be a robust and animated conversation about “Re-Imagining Journalism.”
- Jan. 11, 2011 Spotted
As news of the Jan. 8 mass shooting in Tucson coursed through the web, TucsonCitizen.com quickly became hobbled after breaking the news. Editor Mark Evans explains what happened next.
- Jan. 4, 2011 Spotted
Glenn Burking runs two community news sites specifically designed to reach African-American readers in Charlotte. The former newspaper editor and reporter’s Charlotte news sites are attracting readers and advertisers alike.
- Jan. 1, 2011 Articles | Quill
Professional journalists are launching scores of news startups around the country. Some cover community news, others hone in on special topics; some cover state government, and others aim to generate, and often share, investigative stories.
- Dec. 21, 2010 Blog
It’s official: The William Penn Foundation has approved a $2.4 million grant for a Networked Journalism Collaborative project in Philadelphia. A national search for a CEO to lead the initiative begins in January.
- Dec. 10, 2010
Press+ is offering publishers of today’s news sites a chance to begin collecting for their content without setting up a pay wall. Their solution is designed to encourage a reader to pay after consuming a set amount of content.
- Nov. 12, 2010 Blog
I got a sneak peek at NewsWorks.org this week. This is WHYY’s new online networked news portal for the Philadelphia region set to launch on Monday, Nov. 15. And I love the whole idea of it.
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