Tag: collegiate newspapers

by Anthony Pesce

I’m happy to announce the availability of annotated wireframes for the Digital Newsroom portion of the Populous Project. The functionality, as eloquently described by Gary Kebbel at the Center for Future Civic Media Conference, is being able to “edit from the beach.” I’ll never forget that description because it elegantly describes the core of what […] more »

by Anthony Pesce

Yesterday I wrote about the financial troubles impacting some of the nation’s collegiate newspapers — the public struggles of the Daily Cal and the Daily Orange, and the less public struggles of many of the papers that are quietly looking to the future and worrying. I also mentioned a Chronicle of Higher Education article about […] more »

by Anthony Pesce

This is the first half of a two-part series on the financial challenges facing college newspapers, and what they can do to embrace the future. There was an interesting article in the Chronicle of Higher Education today about the financial state of student newspapers. This is a topic of particular interest for me (I was […] more »