Julie Keck

Julie Keck is a social media consultant and filmmaker based in Chicago. The bulk of her film work is created for tellofilms.com, a niche video site, for which Julie serves as the Chief Creative Officer. She has spoken about social media engagement, crowdfunding, and film at SXSW, the University of Notre Dame, Columbia College, DePaul, the Chicago Documentary Film Summit, the Chicago International Film Festival, and more. Julie is also the social media and newsletter editor for PBS MediaShift. You can find her on Twitter at @kingisafink.

by Julie Keck

1. Did social media make the situation in Ferguson better or worse? (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm) 2. The gaming industry’s greatest adversary is just getting started (Sheelah Kolhatkar / Businessweek) 3. Why the New York Times hired Kinsey Wilson (Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab) 4. Tumblr rolls out mobile app install ads in the form […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. E-books could finally inch past print In 2018 (John Biggs / TechCrunch) 2. Apple $450 million e-book settlement gets final court approval (Nate Raymond / Reuters) 3. The indie author’s guide to customer reviews (Daniel Lefferts / Publishers Weekly) 4. Author Frederic Laloux invites readers to “pay what feels right” for “Reinventing Organizations” 5. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Ferguson prosecutor blames social media and Twitter strikes back (Lorena O’Neil / The Hollywood Reporter) 2. How Ferguson protesters use social media to organize (Rubina Madan Fillion / Wall Street Journal) 3. BBC uses “collateral freedom” system to bypass Chinese censorship (David Meyer / GigaOm) 4. Dead Kennedys’ East Bay Ray explains how YouTube […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Silicon Valley and journalism: Make up or break up? (Emily Bell / Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism) 2. ESPN gets ready to launch its first web video subscription service — for cricket’s World Cup (Peter Kafka / Re/code) 3. Vine shifts from comedy clips to a valid journalistic tool (Frances Perraudin / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. The group that rules the Web (Paul Ford / The New Yorker) 2. Aereo files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Jordan Crook / TechCrunch) 3. Laura Poitras and Amy Goodman to receive I.F. Stone Medal for Journalistic Independence (Nieman Foundation) 4. Lessons on censorship from Syria’s internet filter machines (Emiliano De Cristofaro / The Conversation) […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Open education’s publicity problem (Steve Kolowich / Chronicle of Higher Education) 2. On transfer students, data, and adjusted priorities (Alexandra W. Logue / Inside Higher Education) 3. U Oklahoma’s Janux flips the MOOC (Dian Schaffhauser / Campus Technology) 4. Virginia newsman pledges $1M to University of Missouri j-school (Jeff Clabaugh / Washington Business Journal […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Jennifer Preston on leaving the New York Times, joining the Knight Foundation, and spurring innovation in newsrooms (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab) 2. Jack Shafer on losing his job, and the state of things (Peter Sterne / Capital New York) 3. Sorry, Netflix: Serial proves that the best shows shouldn’t be binged on (Jason […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Whose privacy will Uber violate next? Why its latest bad behavior matters (Alexander B. Howard / Wired) 2. ONA and Poynter announce leadership academy for women (Kristen Hare / Poynter) 3. Serial podcast breaks iTunes records as it passes 5m downloads and streams (Stuart Dredge / Guardian) 4. Nielsen to measure Netflix viewing (Keach […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. In Europe, slower growth for e-books (Stephen Heyman / New York Times) 2. Amazon and Hachette: Bad for everyone but consumers (Jason Abbruzzese / Mashable) 3. 50 Shades and the new queens of self-publishing (Deirdre Reynolds / Independent.ie) 4. A Kindle software update lets you share e-books with your family (Kif Leswing / GigaOm) […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Why Bill Keller left the New York Times to put a spotlight on criminal justice (Dara Lind / Vox) 2. Kickstarter campaign focuses on public radio (Elizabeth Jensen / New York Times) 3. Google has free speech right in search results, court confirms (Jeff John Roberts / GigaOm) 4. Uber executive apologises after suggesting […] more »