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SoCon09 Podcasts, Videos Now Available

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

The Georgia Podcasting Network, via Rusty Tanton and Amber Rhea in photo below, now has the first four audio podcasts of SonCon09 online and Amani Channel has the livestream SoCon09 archive also available. So relive the moments or hear and see parts of what you missed.

Intro and Welcome to SoCon09.

Ruth Ann Harnisch Skyped in from [...]

Kennesaw State Gets $1.5 Million Gift to Advance Journalism

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

I am extremely pleased to announce that the Harnisch Foundation, thanks to its founder and president, Ruth Ann Harnisch, is providing the Kennesaw State University Foundation with a pledged gift of $1.5 million for me to start The Center for Sustainable Journalism here at the university.
Ruth Ann and I found each other thanks to [...]

David Carr: Saving Journalism Means People Must Pay

Monday, January 12th, 2009

Two years ago I was one of the few voices saying that if we wanted high quality ethically sound journalism, we would have to pay for it. I said advertising would totally decouple from the news. Lucky for me, Ruth Ann Harnisch of the Harnisch Foundation heard my voice and fully agreed and started pushing [...]

$250,000 Harnisch Gift Aimed at Journalism Innovation

Friday, December 19th, 2008

Yesterday, I promised the official press release on the $250,000 that the Harnisch Foundation presented to Kennesaw State University for our work aimed at journalism innovation.
Here it is:
Kennesaw State awarded $250,000 grant to advance community-based journalism
New business model envisioned to combat erosion of traditional news media
KENNESAW, Ga. (December 19, 2008) – Kennesaw State [...]

Video Explains Representative Journalism — And Is Critiqued

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Last week at the New England News Forum I made a 25-minute presentation explaining my Representative Journalism concept. You can see it below, it is very YouTube in quality. Here is Dan Kennedy, a Northeastern University journalism professor who writes the Media Nation blog, reacting to my presentation.
Free .TV show from Ustream
Also the forum [...]