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People Will Pay As High Quality Journalism Becomes Scarce

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

This is a blog, so I can make a prediction based on personal experience. When high quality news and information became scarce, I went to great lengths to get it including paying lots of money for it.
Let me explain, I lived in Minnesota for 18 years and was addicted to its public radio news and [...]

Jeff Jarvis’s New Business Models for News Summit

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

I am at Jeff Jarvis’s New Business Models for News Summit at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, sitting next to Jay Rosen. It is being livestreamed here.

They Blog for Journalism Change — and It Pays Off

Thursday, September 11th, 2008

So you want to blog, great. Now learn how it can pay off even without a massive audience.  How do I know? Because the, which blogs about the niche citizen and public journalism movements is a great example. Listen to me Leonard Witt, Mindy McAdams, Jeff Jarvis and Jay Rosen (alas the tape ran [...]

Citizen Journalism Gets Its Own Definition

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

Jay Rosen took it upon himself to define Citizen Journalism. Here it is:
When the people formerly known as the audience employ the press tools they have in their possession to inform one another, that’s citizen journalism.
As you probably know Rosen was one of the founders of the Public Journalism movement. I just finished writing a [...]

Guardian Hosts New Media Stars on Journalism’s Future

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

The Guardian provides a wealth of stories, videos and podcasts from its Future of Journalism symposium.
Here is a quote from Adrian Holovaty, renowned journalism web developer:
“Journalism is broken,” he said – not because of citizen reporters or matters of privacy, but because journalists collect so much information and then don’t exploit it, while Google does.
There’s [...]