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:30 Trailer: Stories from the Overseas Highway

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Freeze-Frame from our doc now in post-production

STORIES FROM THE OVERSEAS HIGHWAY Check out the Stories From The Overseas Highway Facebook page here.

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Some production stills from this week

photos by Tim Long

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Storify Homepage Goes Live!

New site enables you to draw content from across various social media platforms to create realtime stories. Storify. Check out Storify here.

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The Overseas Highway

We were down in the Florida Keys last week shooting footage for our documentary, Stories from the Overseas Highway. This shot was taken from a boat in the Bahia Honda channel, with the old railroad bridge on the left and … 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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Mashable: How Journalists Are Using Facebook to Share the News

Facebook’s Vadim Lavrusik and Betsy Cameron have pulled together some data to “provide journalists with some best practices and insights on optimizing their engagement and distribution on Facebook to better reach their audiences.” Check out their key findings here.

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FRONTLINE: “Revolution in Cairo”

Great Frontline series piece on Cairo protests on PBS website. Here’s an excerpt on YouTube:

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“The Open Web” vs. “Corporate Blogging Silos”

Responding to a NYTimes article, Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter, blogging pioneer Dave Winer got into a “heated discussion” (his words) on Twitter in which he described the “Young” in the Times piece as “hamsters,” … Continue reading

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“Why is a Facebook beer worth more than your news story?”

More smart questions fundamental to the discussion about the future of the news. “What virtual goods teach us about paying for news” from Idea Lab’s Chris O’Brien: Why will people spend $1 to send you a virtual beer on Facebook, … Continue reading

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