Monday 23 November 2009, 11:31
CUNY's Jeff Jarvis - of Buzzmachine fame - has this talk on new business models to enable journalism to pay its way...
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Monday 23 November 2009, 11:20
Was this the case with a report by the BBC's New York Correspondent, Matthew Price, broadcast on Radio 4's Today programme (16 November) and discussed on Feedback (22 November)?
Price had been on assignment in Mexico, where he witnessed the...
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Thursday 19 November 2009, 12:07
The blogs and the message boards are alive with the controversy - was France's equaliser against Ireland (assisted by the hand of Thierry Henry) cheating, gamesmanship or professionalism?
More acutely, from the point of view of a BBC journalist or commentator, how can you deal with such a moment on...
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Wednesday 18 November 2009, 20:12
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Wednesday 18 November 2009, 18:12
... BBC correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones' short video (shot appropriately on a mobile phone) introducing an international audience in Paris to the London multimedia newsroom.
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Wednesday 18 November 2009, 13:28
Kurt Greenbaum is the director of social media for the St Louis Post-Dispatch. He blogs on his own account as well as running a sector of the newspaper's website - stltoday.com.
On Monday, 16 November, Kurt posted this article both to his blog and to 'The Editor's Desk' - one of the parts of the website...
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Wednesday 18 November 2009, 10:52
As journalists get used to the idea that their own platform - radio, TV, website, newspaper - is just one among a multiplying number on which people are expressing themselves, it's handy to have an update of what's out there.
Below is a 'Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009' compiled by Wiltshire-based...
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Monday 16 November 2009, 17:08
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Monday 16 November 2009, 14:22
As a documentary director, however clearly you think you know how you want your film to turn out, the weeks in the cutting room will transform it in ways you hadn't anticipated.
Money Programme producer Terry Messenger and his editor, Colin Napthine, let me pay them a visit to talk about how they work...
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Sunday 15 November 2009, 10:46
The Sun's 'exclusive' yesterday - 14 November 2009 - about Professor David Nutt (or, more accurately, his children) raises so many questions for journalists it's difficult to know where to start.
Three spring immediately to mind; the first is the ethical justification of attacking a public figure via...
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