ShareTweet This week I had the distinct honor to interview longtime investigative journalist Seymour Hersh. His office was a love story to journalism of days past. It was filled with piles of boxes, papers, files, notebooks, awards, and books written by
ShareTweet An interesting approach to journalism adaptation. I think it’s interesting that they are essentially outsourcing the editing process. When the Washington Post did their first major slash, I spoke with a senior copy editor whose job was being eliminated.
ShareTweet An interesting prediction list of the ten newspapers that are next slated for closure. I’ve noticed a trend appearing: Media folks seem to be advocating for moving away from free content online. This was the thought when the Internet
ShareTweet A great article by the founder of a brilliant international news site — and one of those budding stars you see succeeding as others crash and burn. http://www.cjr.org/cover_story/roll_the_dice.php?page=all
ShareTweet I agree that capitalism doesn’t work for journalism … at least the worthwhile kind. As media outlets tank, it’s the NGOs that will come out ahead.