Skip to primary content

Archive for the ‘journalism jobs’ Category

Job for Executive, Business, Life Coaching Journalist

Monday, April 13th, 2009

If you are interested in executive coaching, business coaching and life coaching and are an experience journalist who wants to get involved in community supported journalism, here is an opportunity for you as described at the Poynter Institute jobs site:
The Community Support Journalist will report on a variety of coaching subject areas, including executive coaching, [...]

People Will and Do Buy Content; Information Isn’t Always Free

Monday, April 6th, 2009

Folks like Jeff Jarvis have been pushing the idea that charging for information won’t work. I have been saying what else will work.
Rather than listening to the information-is free crowd, we should all be trying to figure out this dilemma as written about in The New York Times today:
Consumers are using their mobile phones to [...]

Director Needed for Center for Sustainable Journalism

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

I am pleased to announce that a job posting has been listed for the Director of our Center for Sustainable Journalism at Kennesaw State University. Please spread the word.
You can learn more about the Center here.
The job description is:
Kennesaw State University invites applications for the position of Director of its new Center [...]

Watch the Last Day Farewell Speech for the Seattle P-I

Monday, March 16th, 2009

It’s sad, but fitting that an old white guy, Editor and Publisher Roger Oglesby, bids good-bye to the Seattle P-I, as it goes to press for the last time before going online only tomorrow.

Compare this video with this upbeat, let’s bring out the talking points of the future of online journalism commentary by Michelle [...]

Shirky: It’s the Journalism, Stupid — Not the Newspapers

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

Clay Shirky writes that the unthinkable, a world without newspapers, is the reality. Here is what is key to me:
Society doesn’t need newspapers. What we need is journalism. For a century, the imperatives to strengthen journalism and to strengthen newspapers have been so tightly wound as to be indistinguishable. That’s been a fine accident [...]