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. Free flow of government information? Yawn (Margaret Sullivan / New York Times) 2. Mother Jones’ nonprofit fix for serious journalism (Lucia Moses / Digiday) 3. Behind the alarming rise of the online vigilante detective (Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed) 4. 5 to 25% of your news site’s search traffic comes from Google News (Joshua Benton […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Can Apple clear its name in the e-books drama? (Roger Parloff / Fortune) 2. Bookbaby discontinues free & standard e-book publishing package (Michael Koslowski / Good e-Reader) 3. Hachette takes bookselling to Twitter (Rich Bellis / Digital Book World) 4. 2 easy ways for authors to measure the impact of their social media use […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Americans feel better informed thanks to the Internet (Kristen Purcell & Lee Rainie / Pew Research Internet Project) 2. Can Silicon Valley disrupt journalism if journalists hate being disrupted? (Emily Bell / Guardian) 3. Why I’m interested in First Look’s new social-journalism project (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm) 4. Nielsen at a tipping point? Accelerating […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Updated apology digs bigger hole for Rolling Stone (Erik Wemple / Washington Post) 2. St. Louis Post-Dispatch turns off comments in response to Ferguson-related racist remarks (via St. Louis Post-Dispatch) 3. On managing change: Chris Hughes and The New Republic (Ken Doctor / Capital New York) 4. YouTube in a ‘fire drill’ over risk […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Report: Governments around the world expanded online control, surveillance last year (Elizabeth Nolan Brown / Reason) 2. Journalism partnerships: A new era of interest (Rick Edmonds & Amy Mitchell / Pew Research Journalism Project) 3. The newsonomics of the newly quantified, gamified news reader (Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab) 4. Metrics should support a […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. To prepare 21st-Century journalists, help students become experts (G. Pascal Zachary / Chronicle of Higher Education) 2. Regents approve $7,500 supplementary fee for UC Berkeley journalism school (Jean Lee / Daily Californian) 3. On student data and private companies (Caitlin Emma / Politico) 4. Big school districts pressure publishers on digital-content delivery (Benjamin Herold […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Half of online Americans don’t know what a privacy policy is (Aaron Smith / Pew Research Center) 2. As new viewing options gain ground, live television viewership is slipping (Frank Pallotta / CNN Money) 3. Comments under news articles: Is it time to switch them off? (Paul McNally / Journalism.co.uk) 4. Comcast tells FCC […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Twitter tries to stem its abuse problem with new reporting tools (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm) 2. New York Public Library will rent Wi-Fi hotspots to people who need it most (Megan Geuss / Ars Technica) 3. The fight to get Google to pay for news continues in Europe (Catherine Stupp / Nieman Lab) 4. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Murder case behind Serial podcast phenomenon heads to appeals court (Associated Press / Guardian US) 2. Finance media’s hottest club is Ello (Caroline O’Donovan / Nieman Lab) 3. Vice, Knight Foundation and CUNY create ‘innovators’ fund (Jeremy Barr / Capital New York) 4. To gain the upper hand, Amazon disrupts itself (David Streitfeld / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Apple, DoJ spar ahead of December e-book appeal (Andrew Albanese / Publishers Weekly) 2. Indie authors and the question of Kindle Unlimited (Hellen Barbara / JaneFriedman.com) 3. To gain the upper hand, Amazon disrupts itself (David Streitfeld / New York Times) 4. Five digital publishing questions for Rick Chapman (Digital Book World) 5. Wait! […] more »