Tag: online journalism

by Angela Washeck

As journalists representing more than 40 countries descended upon Austin, Texas, over the weekend for the 15th annual International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ), the show clearly evolved from its roots as an academic gathering, with discussions on wearables, drones, engagement metrics, video and journalism startups. Here are a few highlights from some of the [...] more »

by Josh Stearns

The following is an opinion piece from correspondent Josh Stearns. A version of this post also appeared on FreePress.net. Tuesday’s court decision, which struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order and threatened the future of Net Neutrality, has huge implications for the future of journalism and press freedom. According to the Pew Research [...] more »

by Andrew Giles Buckley

Only days before the production crew for “Hit and Run History“ was to board a flight to Africa, I got a message over Facebook: “Bring plenty of bug spray.” The year prior, we had taken on the story of the Columbia Expedition — the first American voyage around the world. With the rapid changes in digital [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. “The dirty secret about the web media business is that there’s a massive oversupply problem.” (Reuters) 2. Shrinking print opportunities send journalists into the arms of branded content (New York Observer) 3. Jihadists use social media, too (Fast Company) 4. Copy editors ‘have been sacrificed more than any other newsroom category‘ (Poynter) 5. What’s [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Marketers jump on Super Bowl blackout with real-time Twitter campaigns (AdAge) 2. “Being ignorant and uninvolved in ‘the business side’ has been a disaster for the newsroom.” (PressThink) 3. Chou of Kabam talks going global and moving from a Facebook-centric model to mobile – Podcast (GigaOm) 4. “It’s not a matter of whether or [...] more »

by Dorian Benkoil

This column is another in my series on new business models for news. An update and correction to this story appear below. Amid its larger company struggles, Forbes has been trying to change, adapt and adjust to what Chief Product Officer Lewis D’Vorkin calls “wrenching transitions in the news business.” Online, the 95-year-old business magazine [...] more »

by Amy Eisman

“Beyond J-School 2011” is sponsored by the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, which offers an intensive, cutting edge, three semester Master of Arts in Journalism; a unique one semester Advanced Certificate in Entrepreneurial Journalism; and the CUNY J-Camp series of Continuing Professional Development workshops focused on emerging trends and skill sets in the industry. This [...] more »

by Alexa Capeloto

“Beyond J-School 2011” is sponsored by the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, which offers an intensive, cutting edge, three semester Master of Arts in Journalism; a unique one semester Advanced Certificate in Entrepreneurial Journalism; and the CUNY J-Camp series of Continuing Professional Development workshops focused on emerging trends and skill sets in the industry. This [...] more »

by Hanna Sistek

This post was co-authored by Tanja Aitamurto CAIRO — The historic revolution in Egypt this spring changed the country’s media landscape dramatically. Since the uprising, a plethora of new online initiatives have sprung up. Several citizen journalists have become full-on celebrities. News agencies have started disseminating on Facebook. New TV channels are aired. Salma el [...] more »

by Gary Moskowitz

When I ask my university journalism students why exactly they want to be journalists, a majority tell me it’s because they “like to write.” Considering most of them are in their 20s and grew up with the Internet, this response always surprises me. With a seemingly endless supply of emerging technology and digital storytelling tools [...] more »