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Rob Curley Replies to PJNet Pitcher as Catcher Post

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

Yesterday I wrote a post about recent college graduates who only want to be print writers. My post, Journalism Wants Pitcher to Be the Catcher Too, referenced Rob Curley,  who is one of the true gurus of the relationship of digital media and news and also the vice president of product development at Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive. He has a [...]

Journalism Wants Pitcher to Be the Catcher Too

Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

Anyone who reads this blog knows that I am truly an advocate of web journalism with all the multimedia skills it entails. However, there are a flood of new posts and speeches coming from the likes of Rob Curley, Doug Fisher, Brian Murley. Paul Conley, and Howard Owens, which almost disparage young graduates who say they [...]

How News Execs Can Run on Shakey Earth

Friday, September 14th, 2007

Here is some weekend reading: Running While the Earth Shakes, Creating an Innovation Strategy to Win in the Digital Age
A Study on Innovation in the News Media.
…this report is designed to help both new and old media companies identify and aggressively redefine business models, create dynamic processes, develop flexible organizations and inspire vital leadership to [...]