new media

  • new journalism models
    February 3, 2014  

    A slew of made-for-Web news sites are increasingly undermining the platform of print media. In this shifting landscape, how will journalism and storytelling survive, and what are readers to gain? Judy Woodruff talks to Re/code’s Walt Mossberg, VOX Media’s Jim Bankoff, and Tom Rosenstiel of the American Press Institute. Continue reading

  • May 4, 2010  

    As part of a look at how both political parties are connecting with constituents on the Web, Ray Suarez reports on how Republicans and their allies are looking to harness new media in advance of this year’s elections. Continue reading

  • December 10, 2009   BY Arts Desk 

    Author Rick Moody has just published a new short story titled “Some Contemporary Characters.” But the delivery system was unusual: The story was “published” on a Twitter feed in serial tweets every 10 – 20 minutes over three days, with a few reported kinks in transmission.
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  • June 17, 2009  

    As pro-government forces in Iran try to quell protests over last week’s disputed presidential election, supporters of reform candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi are taking their fight to social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, reports Lindsey Hilsum of ITN Channel 4. Continue reading

  • April 20, 2009  

    Two media organizations won Pulitzer Prizes Monday for investigative reporting even as news organizations are being forced to cut back on such coverage. Two media analysts examine the future for investigative journalism. Continue reading

  • April 13, 2009  

    Hard hit by declining readers and revenues, newspapers across the country are making cuts or shutting down altogether. Experts examine how new online sources of local news and reporting are gaining popularity as newspapers cut back. Continue reading

  • January 1, 2007  

    New media products and programming developed rapidly in the past year. Jeffrey Brown takes a look at the largest media stories of 2006, including the rise of YouTube and the ongoing struggles in the newspaper business. Continue reading