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Six Degrees of Aggregation

Six Degrees of Aggregation

by Michael Shapiro, Columbia Journalism Review, 2012

This is the story of how Huffington Post came together and grew, and it’s more interesting and anomalistic than I’d expected.  34 more words

CJR: When scams make headlines

Full story available here.

On September 15, 2011, executives of Arevenca, an Aruba-based oil company, and Avic Xac, a Chinese state aircraft company, signed the biggest oil deal in history in Madrid. 204 more words

Print Articles

Children at the Border | Analysis

Over the summer I covered the Texas press for the Columbia Journalism Review’s U.S. Project. In early June the increasing number of unaccompanied children arriving on the border from Central America captured the nation’s attention and became one of the most important stories of the summer. 548 more words

Reports

Bill Moyers: Serving “News” like the Butler Serves Tea on Downton Abbey

Do Not: Do Not Disturb the Master Class

All of us can stand a bit of disruption from time to time.

David Uberti wrote recently in the… 258 more words

Curiosities

A Narrowed Gaze

A Narrowed Gaze

by Dean Starkman, Columbia Journalism Review, 2012

This was a great piece on the evolution and corporatization of the business press in the US.