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Why We Messed with a Good Thing by Converging Our Florida Newsrooms | Mediashift | PBS

mobile-first rebuild of our digital publishing platform, an examination of our local news identity, launching new psychographic-oriented brand channels (such as a focus on snake person student health), building on our Spanish-language and sports verticals, and integration of new technologies and platforms (such as Yik Yak) into our daily workflow.Why Allotrope? An allotrope is a property […]

The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Marc Andreessen

Before the journalistic purists burst a fountain pen, consider that there are intermediate points between “holier than holy” and “hopelessly corrupt” when it comes to editorial content. Paying attention to the business doesn’t equal warped coverage. It does equal a growing business. There are many businesses that balance incentives and conflicts all day long. Those […]

Pew’s State of the Media: Ignore the doomsaying. American journalism has never been healthier. – Slate Magazine

Pew’s State of the Media: Ignore the doomsaying. American journalism has never been healthier. – Slate Magazine. In other words, any individual journalist working today can produce much more than our predecessors could in 1978. And the audience can essentially read all of our output. Not just today’s output either. Yesterday’s and last week’s and last month’s […]

Institutions, Confidence, and the News Crisis « Clay Shirky

Institutions, Confidence, and the News Crisis « Clay Shirky. Starkman doesn’t just criticize us (though he does that, at length.) He also puts forward a Burkean defense of institutional tradition as a store of embedded wisdom, arguing for the continued relevance of existing news organizations, especially newspapers, in something very close to their current form. […]

The Future of News, Viewed From Aspen’s Rarefied Atmosphere

The Future of News, Viewed From Aspen’s Rarefied Atmosphere. Basically, this is the same conclusion that I have come to.