Tag: podcast

by Julie Keck

1. “How To Cover Money” podcast to be hosted by Mark Remillard, Michelle Maynard (via the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism) 2. Amazon launches Kindle Textbook Creator to help schools turn PDFs into digital books (Paul Sawers / VentureBeat) 3. Upgrading America’s skills: Highlights from 2015 State of the Union (Tony Wan […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Amazon, Netflix win big at the Golden Globes (Jordan Crook / TechCrunch) 2. The Intercept found Serial’s elusive Jay, but can it find a profitable future? (Michelle Castillo / AdWeek) 3. Charlie Hebdo: Man regrets ‘stupid’ decision to put video of police officer’s death online (Lizzie Dearden / The Independent) 4. Medium goes highbrow […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Charlie Hebdo attack unites France on free expression, but will solidarity hold? (Jean-Paul Marthoz / Committee to Protect Journalists) 2. How Alan Taylor, online photography pioneer, is rethinking The Atlantic’s photo site (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab) 3. Vendors of data companies likely to feel compliance pressure (Kate Kaye / Advertising Age) 4. LinkedIn […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Facebook’s popularity among teens dips again (Sarah Frier / Bloomberg) 2.  Washington Post & Texas Tribune enter into a new reporting partnership (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab) 3. Zuckerberg’s greatest steal: Instagram now worth $35 billion, according to Citi (Taylor Lorenz / Business Insider) 4. Hulu nabs several FX shows under exclusive multi-year pact […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. U.S. said to find North Korea ordered cyberattack on Sony (David E. Sanger & Nicole Perlroth / New York Times) 2. Congress sets limits on overseas data collection (Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post) 3. “I apologize.” The Toast’s publisher on writers’ terms (Manjula Martin / Scratch) 4. Ars Technica hacked, readers advised to change […] 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. 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. NBA and ESPN plan new online video service (Ben Cohen & Shalini Ramachandran / The Wall Street Journal) 2. This American Life tries to turn its radio audience onto podcasting with Serial (Caroline O’Donovan / Nieman Lab) 3. Bloomberg’s new politics vertical kicks off with splashy new website (Dylan Beyers / Politico) 4. Times […] more »

by Fannie Cohen

Proclamations of Twitter’s stumble toward oblivion poured out this week after the employee stock lockup expired on Tuesday. The market reacted with a 12 percent dip in the stock’s price. This could be signaling a lack of confidence from inside the company, or it could be the natural ebb and flow of employees cashing in on their options, […] more »

by Jonathan Peters

Last year, a former student contacted me to ask if her news outlet, a network affiliate, could use a video clip from a Comedy Central show to introduce a segment about election-year campaign spending.  The purpose of the segment was to comment on the show’s many attempts to raise awareness of the rules that govern […] more »