Media News and Commentary
Headline News will return to showing more live news during the day and overnight, while adding reruns of CNN's now fairly extensive library of unscripted programming. . . .
With dozens of veteran Los Angeles Times journalists cleaning out their desks this week, the magnitude of the experience leaving the building is coming home to people, inside and outside the paper. . . .
The digital news site and cable network for millennials announced a new team to create stories and videos meant to be read and watched exclusively on social platforms. . . .
Layoffs at print publications have become an all too familiar reality in recent years, as the industry has grappled with diminished advertising and circulation revenues. . . .
Many of the listeners who grew up with NPR are now reaching retirement age, leaving NPR with a challenge: How can it attract younger and middle-aged audiences to replace them? . . .
With what it’s calling a “talent lab,” Quartz wants to formalize how it discovers and develops writers, videographers and data journalists from around the world. . . .
Source: ALEX WEPRIN, capitalnewyork.com. Posted Nov 25, 2015
Source: Kevin Roderick, laobserved.com. Posted Nov 24, 2015
Source: Lucia Moses, digiday.com. Posted Nov 24, 2015
Source: JOE POMPEO, POLITICO. Posted Nov 23, 2015
Source: Paul Farhi, Washington Post. Posted Nov 23, 2015
Source: Ricardo Bilton, DIGIDAY. Posted Nov 20, 2015
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Haymarket Media, Inc. – New York, New York - Posted Nov 23, 2015
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401kWire – New York, New York - Posted Nov 25, 2015
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NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection – New York, New York - Posted Nov 25, 2015
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Surfline/Wavetrak, Inc. – Orlando, Florida - Posted Nov 20, 2015
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InvestmentNews – New York, New York - Posted Nov 04, 2015
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weather.com – Atlanta, Georgia - Posted Nov 18, 2015
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Law360 – Los Angeles, California - Posted Nov 18, 2015
The critical success of a new film about the Boston Globe’s investigation into the Catholic sex abuse scandal, has prompted a lot of discussion about cinematic portrayals of journalism. . . .
The voter lottery — carried out by the The Philadelphia Citizen — was designed to give voters an incentive to turn out in a chronically low-participation off-year local election. . . .
Source: Josh Stearns, CJR.org. Posted Nov 24, 2015
Source: Anna Clark, CJR.org. Posted Nov 20, 2015