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
A great PressThink piece here in which Jay Rosen uses Joan Didion’s “Insider Baseball” and James W. Carey’s “A Cultural Approach to Communication” to deconstruct the media coverage of yesterday’s Iowa Caucus.
In a new post by Clay Shirky, he says: “[T]here are only three things I’m sure of: News has to be subsidized, and it has to be cheap, and it has to be free.” Also this: “None of the models … Continue reading
Missed this story when it broke last month. Thought it deserved a look. Chicago Sun-Times fires its tv critic after she fabricates parts of her “Glee Live!” story. Why’d she do it? That’s where the cotton candy and vomit come … Continue reading
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
Interesting piece here today on poynter.org on NY Times’ success selling newspaper subscriptions at book fairs and festivals, such as South by Southwest.