Monthly Archives: December 2014

Talking innovation, skills and the future with journalism students

After decades of not going to Sheffield, 2014 was the year I found myself there on several occasions – incidentally, what a fine city it is, once you manage to negotiate the frankly rubbish rail links that run from west to east. … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

When to quit your journalism job » Pressthink “When the sales people are happy to sell what the newsroom is happy to make, there you have a well-run editorial company. So measure your own newsroom’s misery by its distance from … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

News in the age of digital disruption – Future Tense – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) “The digital disruption to news delivery has also posed questions about the need for impartiality in the digital age. With the internet providing … Continue reading

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Interesting reads (weekly)

New Relationships, Forms, and Models for News — Geeks Bearing Gifts — Medium “So perhaps the news industry must think past the idea that it is in the content, advertising, and distribution businesses. Perhaps we should ask whether — like Google and … Continue reading

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