Tag: online news

by Angela Washeck

AUSTIN, TEXAS — On Thursday, media professionals, researchers and academics gathered to address the increasingly tricky, ever-present question looming over the journalism industry: in the digital era, what are the best revenue sources for news? The workshop was organized by Jake Batsell, a Texas Tribune fellow who was tasked with studying the non-profit success of […] more »

by Pam Horan

NOTE: The following is a guest op-ed from Pam Horan, the president of the Online Publishers Association. MediaShift’s Mark Glaser and Courtney Lowery Cowgill both work on the OPA Intelligence Report bi-weekly newsletter. 2013 was another fast-moving year full of exciting changes and innovations for digital content producers and consumers. Creating compelling and engaging content […] more »

by Lise LePage

This post was co-authored by Christopher Grotke Ten years ago, when we started iBrattleboro.com as a community news source “by, for, and about Brattleboro, Vermont,” we thought it was important to hear from the people themselves and not just government and media. Media consolidation was rampant in 2003, and we worried that there would be […] more »

by Tristan Stewart-Robertson

“People will not assume that what they read on the Internet is trustworthy or that it carries any particular assurance or accuracy; it need be no more than one person’s view.” After that quote from The Leveson Inquiry report, released Nov. 29, was read to John Perry Barlow, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, on […] more »

by David Johnson

Coming down off the rosy glow of several days in San Francisco, the beautiful city by the bay, the attendees of the Online News Association meeting are returning home with heads spinning full of inspiration and enthusiasm. There were many great sessions in a really stimulating conference. Two presentations in particular stood out and fit […] more »

by Dan Reimold

The web address: future.dailyemerald.com. The one-word header atop the homepage: Revolution. And the tagline just beneath it: “The Oregon Daily Emerald, reinvented for the digital age.” The student newspaper at the University of Oregon — best known for its five-day-a-week print edition — is morphing into a more wide-ranging, digital-first “modern college media company.” On […] more »