In this nine-minute podcast, Martin Langeveld, blogger at the Nieman Lab journalism site and co-founder of CircLabs Inc., discusses on WOR-AM, 770kc, New York City, the prospects for U.S. daily newspapers. The show was broadcast at 9 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 28, 2012. Click on the carat of the bar below to launch streaming audio, or download an MP3 podcast for offline listening.
Chuck Collins, Faizz Shaheen and Noel Ortega discuss economic inequality during a panel at "Strategies for a New Economy," a June 8-10 summit at Bard College organized by the New Economics Institute. Click on the carat to the left of the bar below to launch the audio, or download an MP3 podcast for offline listening.
This is an unedited feed of the media panel at the New Economics Institute conference at Bard. Click on the carat to the left of the bar below to launch an audio stream, or download an MP3 podcast for offline listening.
NATICK, Mass. -- Newspaper-industry consultant Alan Mutter, of San Francisco, provided a blunt warning about changes in the newspaper-industry advertising marketplace during an Oct. 6, 2011 presentation to the New England Newspaper & Press Association fall convention. Listen to audio of Mutter's presentation by clicking on the carat to the left of the bar below to launch a stream, or downloading an MP3 audio podcast for offline listening.
Chris Tippe of Maroon advisors, represents CrowdyNews.com, a Dutch company that has developed a service curating Twitter feeds for news personalization.
In this 35-minute talk at the Personalize News conference June 21, 2011 at the Boulder [Colo.] Chautauqua camp, Tippe describes the service. Click on the carat to the left of the bar below to launch a video stream, or download an MP3 audio podcast for offline listening.
BOULDER, Colo. -- What's going on at the intersection between journalism and public relations? Christine Tatum, the founder of Denver-based MediaSalad.com is finding out.
Tatum was a business writer and editor at The Chicago Tribune and the Denver Post. She spent a year as president of the national Society of Professional Journalists. But when she lost her job at the Denver Post in a round of budget cuts, she took a different turn.
MediaSalad is journalists for hire. The company works the web to do information research and investigations, and data-driven work, on behalf of niche corporate clients. Is it PR, or journalism-for hire?
Tatum explains what MediaSalad does, and tackles that question, in this 30-minute talk at the Personalize News summit June 20, 2011 at the Chautauqua resort.
In a secoind planning session participants in Journalism That Matters-Create or Die 2 gatheing at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro meet Saturday, June 4 , 2011 in the afternoon (after a a morning session).
Listen to this session from "Create or Die 2," a convening of Journalism That Matters at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, N.C. Click on the carat of the bar below to launch the audio stream, or download the MP3 podcast for offline listening.