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Six thoughts on emerging opportunities for journalism

Attending the Society of Editors* conference on November 10 and 11 meant a trip back to my old stamping ground of Southampton. I spent several years there in the ’90s with the Southern Daily Echo (editor Ian Murray completed his term as SoE president this month) and it was good to go back – not least to see how much the city has prospered since my last visit. 1,335 more words

Journalism

Rally at the Washington Post for Career-Quality Jobs

Well, it’s been some time since I’ve posted. You know how things go. You get busy. Time flies. And yet here we are again.

Another unit within my local union is made up of the staff of the… 362 more words

Robert Struckman

A Question Of Gatekeepers

Who controls traffic to your site – and how much does it really matter?

The answer to the first question is Facebook, at least according to a recent… 1,264 more words

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The Future of News: Why Clay Shirky is Almost Right

The Future of News is here. But understanding the Future of News depends on understanding the relationship between facts, analysis, value, and incentive.

In their essay, “ 723 more words

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Traditionally “audiences” have been passive receivers of information from mass news media apart from the odd letter to the editor. However two of Australia’s leading media professionals interviewed in recent blog posts both agreed that social media are impacting the news by giving “citizens” a voice. 254 more words

Mass Media

A day at the Newseum

By all rights I should be writing part 2 of the search gospel but instead this week finds me in Washington DC filming and editing videos for one of my brands. 959 more words

Digital Publishing

Post-ONA

Just a quick post to say there was a nice turnout at our session at ONA, with a great panel of Laura Amico, … 600 more words

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