Tag: newsroom culture

by Angela Washeck

A fellow from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University has researched an obscure, seemingly trivial facet of today’s ever-changing news industry. Though we don’t often talk about it, the physical space of the modern-day newsroom may be just as important to follow as the evolution of journalism content from print to digital. [...] more »

by Michael J. Epstein

This article was co-authored by Neil Heyside. The media and publishing industry — and print publishing in particular — doesn’t have to show up to its own funeral. There’s still opportunity to enable profitable, desirable businesses. We’re not suggesting that a recent uptick in advertising sales is a sign that publishers can go back to [...] more »

by Sandra Ordonez

OurBlook.com is a website that gathers opinions from today’s top leaders in the hopes of collaboratively finding tomorrow’s solutions. It is funded by Paul Mongerson, a retired CEO who has a long history of philanthropy in the journalism world. In December 2008, those of us who run the site launched a future of journalism interview [...] more »

by Megan Taylor

One of the explanations for the emergence of the programmer/journalist is the move of news organizations from print (or radio or TV) to the web. While some newspapers have gone online-only, and many are still trying to move to a “web-first” mindset, there are still newsrooms that view the web as a secondary medium. I [...] more »