Monthly Archives: May 2013

My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

Woolwich attack – why editors were right to publish horrific pictures | Media | guardian.co.uk Were editors right, or were they wrong? The debate in the comments on this article are interesting; I can see both sides.  It was shocking … Continue reading

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My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

Retwact: A Tool for Fixing Twitter’s Misinformation Problem – The Atlantic tags: journalism twitter Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Advice from the Green Ink Brigade

This comment on a HTFP story about the continuing Daily Post Right to Tweet campaign (of which, more here) made smile ruefully  Many of the commenters on articles about the campaign (and thanks, HTFP, for being so supportive) take the view … Continue reading

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My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

For The Media: Out now: ‘Pressed to Change: Business model innovation and integration in the British local newspaper industry’ This is a new paper by Francois Nel (Director: Journalism Leaders Programme, UCLan) on Business model innovation and integration in the … Continue reading

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My ‘interesting reads’ roundup (weekly)

Educating the competition out of journalism | AndyDickinson.net Andy Dickinson asks some searching questions of news organisations and J-schools. Got me thinking – and clarified some thoughts I had about the issue. tags: journalism future+of+news 5 qualities of innovative leaders … Continue reading

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A blatant bit of job advertising

This is Conwy Castle. It’s also the view across the river from my office. Nice, huh? It’s a rare morning that I don’t drive over the hill towards this and reflect on how lucky I am.  So, the Daily Post … Continue reading

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Election apathy? Real time audiences disagree…

Chartbeat is an amazing tool. Compelling even. Today, watching the real time traffic on our site, it was obvious people were consuming the ‘live’ news on the site more than anything else. Visitors were following updated story of the ‘locus in … Continue reading

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