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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Just back from a few days in the keys working on post-production for our upcoming documentary. Also stopped in at the National Park Conservation Association second annual Earth Day for Florida Bay. The event was all day, included lunch, kayak … Continue reading
The 140 Charcter Conference is at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan today and tomorrow. About Who’s going to be there. What they’re going to talk about. Highlights: Dave Winer: draft of his opening talk, which he blogged yesterday. Jay … Continue reading
The Star-Ledger wins New York Emmy awards for these short video segments: In High School at 90 Years Old Mountain Bike Practice at Diablo Freeride Park
In Chris O’Brien’s PBS MediaShift coverage of the Logan Symposium at UC Berkeley, he describes how news organizations are forming partnerships to continue investigative work and asks panelists from NPR, ProPublica and others about their experience with these partnerships. Ann … Continue reading
From KnoNews: @Jen_McFadden’s Perspective on Digital Media: “With newspapers like The San Francisco Chronicle losing $1M per week, it’s going to take a hell of a lot to more than the iPad to save the industry.” Full Post Here.