Apple, Adobe and HTML5

I’ve been working on a blog post about the tech topic du jour — not the power play between two corporate giants so much as the implications for online video, for interactive graphics, for Web standards — and… Read More

Buzz words of the moment

I’m referring, of course, to “real-time Web” and “augmented reality.” The second such terms hit the mainstream press, we are likely to be bombarded by them for weeks or even months. A Time magazine cover story is probably… Read More

Journalists must build a personal brand: 10 tips

This post was inspired by one written by Joe Grimm, the longtime journalism jobs adviser. DigiDave (Dave Cohn) is a living example of this — and naturally, he has written a blog post about the topic. Ryan Sholin… Read More

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These posts have garnered the largest number of comments and trackbacks from readers of this blog: The survival of journalism: 10 simple facts When discussing the future of newspapers, don’t waste time beating the dead horses. Advice to… Read More

The reality for journalists to face, squarely, now

Found via Delicious — David Schlesinger, editor in chief for Reuters News, said this in a speech to the International Olympics Committee Press Commission on June 23, 2009: We in the traditional media … must concentrate our efforts… Read More

The new visual journalist

To find out what’s needed in today’s newsrooms, in mid-June I asked photo editors and multimedia producers at four newspapers which skills are still in short supply. Video editing, storytelling and audio skills led the list. Even though… Read More

Why does anyone major in journalism?

See also: Getting a journalism degree, getting a journalism job See also: All posts in the “Jobs” category We have college classrooms full of young people who have chosen journalism as their major. One question is: Do they… Read More