Michael Arrington recently wrote about an interview he did with NPR about the idea of Process Journalism. In the post, Arrington says “Process Journalism is the posting of a story before it’s fully baked, something […]
Today is Memorial Day. For many of us, Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. Officially, Memorial Day was formerly known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day commemorates U.S. men and women who died during active […]
As we scour the Web in search of the latest news of interest to journalists and communications pros, we regularly come across great resources of information about media trends and developments. These 30 organizations always have great content on the latest happenings in journalism today.
Have you ever wondered about The Evolution of The Summary News Lead, or when the first stock average was published in a newspaper? Maybe you want to read about famous journalists (did you know Ernest […]
“In times of change learners will inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to work in a world that no longer exists.” – Eric Hoffer (1902-1983) This is one of my favorite […]
Where Will Seniors Get Their News? I recently read an article in Editor & Publisher, “How to Use the Web to Prevent Remaining Print Readers From Fleeing,” where Steve Outing makes some great points about […]