Tag Archives: Dan Conover

Smart piece on the future of the news story

Here’s Jeff Jarvis’ post on “new forms, relationships and (business) models for news,” where he says, “I come not to kill the article but to praise it.” Here’s a link to a gigacom piece that talks about Jarvis’ and others’ … Continue reading

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Rosen to Journalists: Come to terms with the power shift

From The Browser’s “FiveBooks” interview with NYU’s Jay Rosen, in which Rosen provides five key articles written over a 10-year span — from 1999 to 2009 — that are milestones for their observations about the new media revolution and its … Continue reading

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The Economic Time Machine | MiamiHerald.com

Here’s a good example of a “thoughtful structure” — this one is an interactive digital tool The Miami Herald created to explain the effects of the recession on the South Florida economy. Here’s an earlier post about this stuff, some … Continue reading

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The New News Story

It’s definitely a mistake for people to imagine that video segments or “mulitmedia-ized” stories are going to replace the old news story as the primary means of relating daily events on the web. The news story is going to become … Continue reading

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Virtual Gaza

Palestinians, scholars and “media activists” have joined forces to create a website where Gaza residents can share information–personal accounts, photos, video, etc.–in an attempt to control how their story is told to the rest of the world. It’s a collaboration … Continue reading

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Smart Web Project: Guide to U.S. Senate

New project from Mark Luckie at 10000Words. Another example of a “thoughtful structure.” Your Guide to the United States Senate Floor Procedures.

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Of Start-ups & Structures

John Temple, former editor, president and publisher of the Rocky Mountain News (RIP Feb. 27, 2009), is blogging from Honolulu where he’s leading a Web-based news start-up called Peer News, Backed by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, the news service is … Continue reading

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