Monthly Archives: July 2010

Michele McLellan | Reynolds Journalism Institute | University of Missouri

Michele McLellan | Reynolds Journalism Institute | University of Missouri. Survey data about citizen and community news.

Tish Grier’s E-Media Tips on New Models of Content Production

Image via CrunchBase Open Mic sites have their roots in the “Speaker’s Corner.” People drive the content production on these sites. Both Associated Content and Helium.com have Open Mic components to their content production models. Demand Media may be adding this to their offerings in the near future as well. Buzz Brokers analyze search trends […]

Publishers Need Popcorn, Not Paywalls | paidContent

Publishers Need Popcorn, Not Paywalls | paidContent.

Journalism 2.0 | Mark Briggs | A conversation about journalism and technology » Cross-Newsroom Collaboration: The New Reality

Journalism 2.0 | Mark Briggs | A conversation about journalism and technology » Cross-Newsroom Collaboration: The New Reality.

At Yahoo, Using Queries to Steer News Coverage – NYTimes.com

Image by biverson via Flickr Yahoo software continuously tracks common words, phrases and topics that are popular among users across its vast online network. To help create content for the blog, called The Upshot, a team of people will analyze those patterns and pass along their findings to Yahoo’s news staff of two editors and […]