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Apple’s iBooks Author presents journalists with a new storytelling platform | Poynter. – 2012-01-26

New York Times publishes story investigated by Medill student journalists

Medill Watchdog | Poynter. – 2012-01-07

Direct publishing of e-books offers hope for long-form journalists

O’Reilly Radar | Poynter. – 2011-12-24

Gannett buys thousands of iPhones and iPads for its journalists

Gannett, the largest US newspaper publisher, is providing its editorial staff with iPhones, iPads and netbooks.The company has told employees that it is buying thousands of devices. In the memo from... | Guardian – 2011-12-23

What journalists need to know about new media and conflict

On Wednesday November 30, Sciences Po Paris played host to a panel discussion on the subject of new media and conflict prevention. The prestigious panel included: Anne-Sophie Bordry, public affairs... | Editors Weblog – 2011-12-01

Don't shoot the messenger – journalists' safety under threat across the world

Today is "the international day to end impunity". It is aimed at highlighting the failure by so many countries to investigate the murders of journalists. To mark the event, I am hosting this article,... | Guardian – 2011-11-23

Alt-weekly publisher: How can feds target me for running ads from state-sanctioned businesses?

Sacramento News & Review | Poynter. – 2011-10-21

State of Maine Sees Highest Tablet Usage for Month of August

Mobile advertising network Jumptap releases a MobileSTAT Report, covering network data for the month of August. | Folio Magazine – 2011-10-05

5 key questions journalists and publishers should ask about the new Amazon tablet

Amazon shows off a new touchscreen tablet today that is expected to be the first serious competitor to the iPad since Apple created the tablet market in early 2010. At 10 a.m. Wednesday in New York,... | Poynter. – 2011-09-28

Two contrasting pictures of the state of US newspapers

By coincidence, two contradictory snapshots of the state of the newspaper industry in the United States were posted yesterday.One concentrated on the sales of daily titles while the other looked at... | Guardian – 2011-09-14

College journalists try publishing an issue without computers Students at Florida Atlantic University are putting out their final summer issue on machinery that’s older than they are, reports Michael Koretzky. They’re writing their stories... | Poynter. – 2011-07-29

New York Times journalists to hold ‘office hours’ on Quora

Quora Three New York Times journalists are using the question-and-answer site Quora to engage with readers about their recently published books, Times Associate Managing Editor Jim Schachter wrote... | Poynter. – 2011-07-18

Bloggers vs. journalists debate is like the film ‘Titanic’

Discover Magazine It’s tedious, it goes on forever, everyone’s a caricature and they’re stuck on a massive sinking ship. That’s the view of Not Exactly Rocket Science blogger and... | Poynter. – 2011-06-29

Kindle: Opportunity for independent publishers, journalists, and spammers alike

On Monday, Amazon announced that John Locke became the first independent author to join the ranks of those who have sold a million or more books on Amazon's Kindle. Locke published his books entirely... | Editors Weblog – 2011-06-21

What Journalists Need To Know About the New Arab Revolt

In this encore edition of the Morning Media Menu (MP3 link) we spoke with Foreign Affairs editor Gideon Rose about revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Bahrain, and Syria. Rose explored the... | Media Bistro – 2011-06-10

Tornadoes Strike: Citizen Journalists Go to Work

Posted in ArticleWe get the occasional tornado around these parts. Usually you don't even really see a funnel, but trees get torn up and knocked down, and people spend the next week debating whether... | EContent Magazine – 2011-06-02

Nab A Byline In Tri-State Pubs

These mags want insightful features and profiles for their Big Apple suburbanite readers. How To Pitch: Inside Jersey How To Pitch: Westchester Magazine See all How To Pitch articles New Career... | Media Bistro – 2011-05-26

California State University opts for $49 e-book over expensive biology textbook

By Tim Conneally, Betanews Nature Publishing Group and California State University (CSU) on Tuesday announced a three-year partnership that will eliminate paper textbooks from certain classes, and... | Betanews – 2011-05-24

Brooke Gladstone's The Influencing Machine: A comic-book manifesto about the state of the American media.

The following comes from Brooke Gladstone's new book, The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone on the Media, illustrated by Josh Neufeld. Read Gladstone's explanation of the book and a first excerpt... | Slate – 2011-05-19

Local papers face economic problems - but journalists' pay needs improving

The depth of the problems facing local and regional newspapers could not be more stark. Here's Georgina Harvey, managing director of Trinity Mirror's regional division, giving her annual review as... | Guardian – 2011-05-19

Washington Post journalists turn into 'masterclass tutors'

Newspapers have been extending their "brands" into all sorts of activities in recent years, aided by their presence on the net. There are loads of examples from The Times's bake club to The... | Guardian – 2011-05-19

Journalists need to better understand the business of digital journalism, study says

The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism has published a new report on digital news economics, which highlighted how the relationship between content and advertising is changing, and... | Editors Weblog – 2011-05-10

Journalists strike at German broadsheet Süddeutsche Zeitung

More than 150 journalists down tools at respected Munich-based newspaper over plan to cut pay and increase working hoursJournalists from one of Germany's most-respected broadsheets have gone on... | Guardian – 2011-05-05

Adweek's Michael Wolff Talks NYT Paywall, the State of News Corp.

Video: In part two of our Media Beat discussion with Adweek editorial director Michael Wolff, the media vet discusses The New York Times paywall, saying among other things, if it doesn't work, then... | Media Bistro – 2011-05-04

Journalists call for independent investigation of Protess controversy at Medill

Romenesko Misc. The 35 people who signed the statement say they “are deeply concerned about what appears to be a retaliatory campaign by law enforcement authorities and Northwestern University... | Poynter. – 2011-04-28

Three firms refuse to print Kent State’s gay magazine They were concerned about images and language in the spring issue of Fusion. A fourth printer finally agreed to do the job, but charged a $2,200 rush fee. THE PRINTERS’ PROBLEM... | Poynter. – 2011-04-28

Journalists, authors and bloggers on the Orwell Prize shortlist

The shortlists for the 2011 Orwell Prize - which is dedicated to rewarding those who come closest to achieving George Orwell's ambition "to make political writing into an art" - have been... | Guardian – 2011-04-27

The New York State of Bookselling

Independent booksellers may have dreaded Borders's arrival in New York City in 1996, but it was Barnes & Noble that tried to keep its longtime rival out by leasing every available 40,000-sq.-ft.... | Publishers Weekly – 2011-04-25

With smartphones, homeless magazine vendors to become citizen journalists

The Editors Weblog / Press Gazette Homeless people in the U.K. who sell an entertainment magazine called The Big Issue will soon receive smartphones in an effort to turn them into citizen... | Poynter. – 2011-04-21

Dan Gillmor Excited by Experiments by Entrepreneurial Journalists [Voices]

He's an entrepreneur, author and outspoken evangelist of entrepreneurial journalism, but Dan Gillmor wants you to know he doesn't necessarily know what will keep journalism afloat in the digital era. | AllThingsD – 2011-04-19

Indian state bans controversial new Gandhi book

An Indian state has banned a new book about Mahatma Gandhi after reviewers said it hints that the independence icon had a homosexual relationship and held racist views. | CBC – 2011-03-30

Checking in with the State of Media

Posted in ArticlePew's State of the News Media 2011 report has some words of encouragement for journalists and publishers everywhere: "After two dreadful years, most sectors of the industry saw... | EContent Magazine – 2011-03-16

Amazon fighting hard on state sales-tax issue

Shortly after Time magazine named him Person of the Year in late 1999, founder Jeff Bezos sat down for a lengthy interview at The Chronicle. One of the early questions addressed a touchy... | San Francisco Chronicle – 2011-03-12

The iPad 2 brings better content creation for journalists

There is much hullabaloo in the media about the iPad 2, following a significant period of speculation about new features. We now know that, yes, it is thinner and lighter by way of 0.34-inches deep... | Editors Weblog – 2011-03-04

What happens to journalists when their newspaper vanishes?

The Rocky Mountain News closed its doors in Denver, Colorado on 27 February 2009. So what's happened to its journalists in the past two years? John Temple, the paper's former editor, president and... | Guardian – 2011-02-28

Challenges for foreign journalists in Libya

The US State Department has warned journalists that going into Libya is extremely hazardous, as those reporters who have already entered the country illegally are now being considered Al Qaida... | Editors Weblog – 2011-02-25

Libya calls western journalists 'outlaws'

Warning made as reporters enter Libya through eastern border with Egypt as Muammar Gaddafi loses grip on countryJournalists from the BBC, CNN and other western media who have entered Libya will be... | Guardian – 2011-02-23

Iran frees 2 German journalists

Iran has released two German journalists who were arrested in October for interviewing the son of a woman sentenced to death by stoning. | CBC – 2011-02-20

Colombian journalists' death toll

Seven journalists were killed in Colombia last year, and attacks on media workers were almost double the number that occurred over the previous four years combined, says the annual report of the... | Guardian – 2011-02-15

Foreign journalists attacked in Egypt

Many foreign journalists covering the protests in Cairo were rounded up by the military and had their equipment confiscated - possibly for their own protection - after some were attacked in the... | CBC – 2011-02-03

Journalists to launch News Corp.'s iPad newspaper

Stop the presses -- completely. The world's first iPad newspaper, The Daily, is prepping for launch. | San Jose Mercury News – 2011-01-13

Should journalists accept money for providing their opinions?

A New York-based research firm has been offering cash to reporters who are willing to give their opinions on their area of expertise, the Washington Post reported. PFC Opinion Research is looking for... | Editors Weblog – 2010-12-20

Are Oil and Gas Companies Paying Journalists For Research?

New York's PFC Opinion Research is sullying the good name of Washington, D.C. journalists with dubious consulting gigs, reports The Washington Post. The gigs take the form of 25-minute interviews,... | The New York Observer – 2010-12-17

Police Rescue 2 Kidnapped Mexican Journalists

Javier Canales and Alejandro Hernández, both camera operators, had been kidnapped earlier in the week by suspected drug traffickers seeking to silence the media. | New York Times – 2010-08-01

China state media says Google 'is not god'

China's state media on Wednesday slammed Google after it effectively shut down its Chinese search engine, saying the US Internet giant was "not god" and accusing it of working with US intelligence. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-24

L.A.'s Arundel Books Moves to Washington State

Although L.A.'s Arundel Books ended its 25-year run in Los Angeles this past Saturday, the store... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-23

China state media: Google decision 'totally wrong'

China state media said Google's decision to quit censoring its China Web site "violated its written promise" and was "totally wrong." | CNN – 2010-03-23

China state media step up rhetoric against Google

Chinese state media launched a fresh volley of articles attacking the "politicization" of Google after media reports suggest the Internet giant may soon officially pull out of China. | CNN – 2010-03-22

The State of Newspapers? Think of Sand Falling in an Hourglass, Pew Report Says

Newspaper advertising revenue plunged an astounding 45% over the last three years forcing publishers to make drastic reductions to the actual size of the print edition, to the space devoted to news... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-15

Media group urges Cuba to free jailed journalists

A media watchdog group called on Cuba to release jailed independent journalists — or at least improve their prison conditions — and said Thursday it would hold the government responsible for the... | AP via Yahoo! News – 2010-03-04

Justices: Slain wrestling star's family can sue Hustler over nude pics

The Supreme Court has decided that the family of a slain professional wrestling personality can continue its lawsuit against Hustler magazine, a case that tested privacy concerns and the competing... | CNN – 2010-03-01

State Approves 'Washington Post' Plant Sale to Univ. of Maryland

The Maryland Board of Public Works yesterday approved the University of Maryland's $12 million purchase of The Washington Post printing plant in College Park. The Post closed its 300,000-square-foot... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-25

Tensor Newspaper-Semicommerical Press in Mexico

Tensor Group has commissioned a two-tower, one-folder newspaper-semicommercial press at Goldenstar de Mexico, in Culiacan. The automated Tensor T-400BE press with H-50 folder for newspaper and... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-22

Record Number of Journalists Killed in 2009

At least 71 journalists were killed across the globe in 2009, the Committee to Protect Journalists announced Tuesday. | New York Times – 2010-02-17

China Internet CEO laments state-controlled media

BEIJING (Reuters) - China will never have its voice heard on the international stage unless the government loosens its tight grip over the media and film industry, the CEO of the country's No. 2... | Reuters – 2010-02-03

'Northwest Herald,' Former State Legislator Call It a Draw in Dueling Lawsuits

Former state legislator Cal Skinner and the publisher of the Northwest Herald newspaper are dropping their lawsuits against one another over a blog claiming the newspaper was "in the back pocket" of... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-01-29

SPJ Seeks to Stop Violence Against Journalists in Mexico

The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) has issued letters to both U.S. and Mexican officials to stop the violence against journalists covering the drug trade in Mexico. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-01-29

Lawmaker Proposes Bill Exempting Michigan Papers from State Taxes

Troubled newspapers in Michigan might catch a break if a state lawmaker has his way. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-25

Maine State Employees Won't Invest in Blethen Maine Newspapers Purchase

Advisers to Maine's state employee retirement fund have recommended against investing in the purchase of the Blethen Maine Newspapers. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-18

From bad to worse: The state of the media in 2009

We knew it was grim. But according to the sixth annual report on the US. media by The Project for Excellence in Journalism, it's even worse than that | CNET – 2009-03-16

Specifics on Newspapers from 'State of News Media' Report

The business of journalism is quickly running of out time to transform its model, a new study from the Project in Excellence in Journalism found. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-16

'There' and 'here' blend in journalists' world

Foreign correspondents no longer cover one place for the exclusive benefit of readers in another place. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-13

Health Care Journalists Reveal Fewer Resources, and Time, in Survey

The report, presented by the Association of Health Care Journalists and the Kaiser Family Foundation, stated: "health care journalists cited newsroom cutbacks, lack of time for research and travel... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-11

Two Journalists Among 33 Dead in Iraq Suicide Attack

Upsurge in violence | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-10

State Attorney General Files Objection to Journal Register Execs' Bonuses

The Connecticut attorney general's office has filed an objection in Journal Register Co.'s case in bankruptcy court. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-04

State of the Computer Book Market 2008, part 4 -- The Languages

In this fourth post on the State of the Computer Book Market, we will look at programming languages and drill in a little on each language area. Overall the market for programming languages was down... | O'Reilly Media – 2009-02-26

BBC Hindi, Urdu journalists on strike to protest outsourcing of content

LONDON: BBC's Hindi, Urdu and Nepali service journalists went on a strike on Thursday to protest plans that will allegedly result in 34 job losses and outsourcing of editorial content to the Indian... | The Times of India – 2009-02-26

Slain California newspaper editor has posthumous impact

Fellow journalists uncovered a jailhouse videotape that suggested a wider conspiracy in Chauncey Bailey's killing and helped force the resignation of the Oakland police chief. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-24

'News & Observer' Editor to Take State Transportation Department Post

An editor with the News & Observer of Raleigh will become a deputy secretary at the North Carolina Transportation Department to lead communications efforts. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-17

For Their Risk-Taking, Journalists Garner Polk Awards

Correspondents who exposed corruption in Zimbabwe and reporters who unraveled the mysteries of the mortgage crisis were among the winners of 14 George Polk Awards. | New York Times – 2009-02-17

Gift to Kennesaw State for Journalism Innovation Center

Kennesaw (Ga.) State University has received a $1.5 million gift to establish a center to research and develop innovative ways to produce and distribute news. Leonard Witt, Kennesaw State's Robert... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-10

The Slate Group Partners with Leading French Journalists to Launch French Version of Slate Magazine

The Slate Group, publisher of Slate, The Root, The Big Money and Foreign Policy, today announced it has collaborated with leading French journalists to launch, an independent French online... | Centre Daily Times – 2009-02-10

MediaNews Announces Furloughs in New Mexico and Texas

Concept spreads. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-06

AP's Curley Rips U.S. Military Treatment of Journalists in Wars

Much like in Vietnam, "civilian policymakers and soldiers alike have cracked down on independent reporting from the battlefield" when the news has been unflattering, AP CEO Tom Curley said in a... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-06

Media group says 109 journalists killed in 2008

The International Federation of Journalists says at least 109 reporters and media workers were killed last year while on assignment. | AP via Yahoo! News – 2009-02-04

Prominent journalists join Obama team

An unusual number of journalists from prominent organizations started new government jobs in January, inflaming debate over whether Democrats receive favorable treatment in the news media. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-03

U.A.E. Journalists Slam Draft Media Law As "Backward Step"

DUBAI (AFP)--Journalists in the United Arab Emirates, a Gulf state that wants to be seen as an example for press freedom in the Arab world, have slammed a proposed new media law as a "backward... | Nasdaq – 2009-02-02

For Iraqi Journalists, Free Press vs. Free Land

Iraq’s land-for-journalists program illustrates the challenges democratic principles face when they clash with entitlements that were never before questioned. | New York Times – 2009-01-28

New Mexico Daily Cuts Back to 3 Days

The Las Vegas Optic will begin publishing three days a week instead of 5. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-28

New Media Venture Turns Bloggers Into Print Journalists

A new media startup is launching a twice-daily free print newspaper in cities across the country that aggregate localized blog posts. | Wired News – 2009-01-12

Amazing Story About Slain Editor -- Who Speaks from the Grave

In Sri Lanka. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-12

Media watchdog slams Zimbabwe fees for journalists

Hefty new fees for foreign media in Zimbabwe appear designed to prevent journalists from working in the country and may be illegal, a regional watchdog said on Wednesday. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-01-07

Iraq, India, Mexico deadliest for media: report

Iraq remained the deadliest country for media workers in 2008, followed by India and Mexico, although the number of deaths was down sharply from the previous year, a study showed. | Reuters via Yahoo! News – 2009-01-07

U.N., U.S. slam attack on Nepal media house, journalists

The United Nations and the United States criticized on Monday a weekend attack by activists on a Nepali publishing house in which witnesses said journalists were beaten and the office ransacked. | Reuters via Yahoo! News – 2008-12-22

Online journalists the most jailed globally

If you’re looking to become a journalist you may want to be careful what medium you choose to publish your articles. That’s because the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) performed their... | – 2008-12-08

Gannett cuts jobs at Lansing State Journal

The Lansing State Journal on Wednesday laid off 31 full-time and part-time workers in multiple departments, a response to weak economic conditions. The job reductions were part of a previously... | Lansing State Journal – 2008-12-04

31 laid off at Lansing State Journal

Thirty-one employees of the Lansing State Journal were laid off Wednesday, including long time entertainment writer Mike Hughes and four members of the staff of Noise, the paper’s entertainment... | City Pulse – 2008-12-04

Online Journalists Jailed More than Any Other Medium

Worldwide, online journalists are jailed more often today than journalists working in any other medium, according to findings released Thursday by the Committee to Protect Journalists. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-04

China investigates attack on Belgian journalists

Chinese authorities are investigating an attack on a Belgian television crew. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-12-03

For Laid-Off Journalists, Free Blog Accounts

It’s a long way from $700 billion, but the media start-up Six Apart is introducing its own economic bailout plan for bloggers and journalists. | New York Times – 2008-11-24

Journalists, Attorney Lauded With Press Freedom Awards

Five journalists and an attorney who has long battled for press freedom were cited Thursday for risking their lives and liberty to report the news, often under the pressure of authoritarian regimes. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-11-20

Arizona State Gets Bullish on Journalism Education

As the newspaper business struggles to survive, journalism would seem to be a hard sell for young people trying to pick a career. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-11-20

Yuma Journalists Banged Up in Hot-Air Balloon Crash

A hot-air balloon flight that organizers of a balloon festival in Yuma hoped would bring some good publicity to the event backfired when a balloon carrying journalists made a hard landing. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-11-13

Media losing its credibility: Delhi Union of Journalists

New Delhi, Oct 3 (IANS) Taking a hard look at media reports on the Jamia Nagar episode over the past few weeks, after two suspected terrorists and a Delhi Police Inspector were killed in a police... | IANS via Yahoo! India News – 2008-10-03

Media Group Calls On Croatia To Protect Threatened Journalists

ZAGREB, Croatia (AFP)--A European media group voiced concern Tuesday about growing threats to journalists in Croatia, calling on the country's authorities to protect them. | Nasdaq – 2008-09-30

Vietnam Charges 2 Journalists Over 'False' Reports

Two journalists will go on trial after being charged with reporting false information about one of Vietnam's most high-profile corruption cases, state media reported Tuesday. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-30

State Supreme Court: Scranton 'Times-Tribune' Reporter Can Still Protect Source

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that a newspaper reporter can keep confidential the identity of a source used in a story about a grand jury investigation into alleged prison brutality. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-25

Find journalists' killers, Iraqi PM orders military

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Sunday ordered security forces to "find the perpetrators" who abducted and killed four Iraqi journalists in the northern city of Mosul. | CNN – 2008-09-14

Akamai releases "state of the internet" report with unique insights on India

Akamai's quarterly report provides insight into key Internet statistics such as origin of attack traffic, network outages and broadband connectivity levels across the globe. | New Kerala – 2008-09-11

Amnesty International Slams Treatment of Protesters and Journalists at RNC

Amnesty International today criticized the "disproportionate" use of force against demonstrators at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-05

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