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Newscoma LIVE at ONA Nashville

Tweet Newscoma will be live tweeting today’s Online News Association conference in Nashville, and we’ll have the live feed here along with some other guests tweeters!  Stay tuned to what’s going on at the conference here at NTZ!

Iowa Judge Allows Live Blogging In Courtroom

Tweet This is bigger than you think. U.S. District Judge Mark Bennett of Sioux City, Iowa, is a tech-savvy judge in a district with high-tech courtrooms. When he was a practicing lawyer in a small law firm, Bennett was willing to pay an “outrageously expensive” amount to make his office possibly the first in the […]

Building Clientele Through Twitter

Tweet This post at Mr. Tweet tells how mainstream businesses can use Twitter to build up their clientele. When J.R. Cohen, Operations Manager for CoffeeGroundz (@coffeegroundz) Cafe in Houston, Texas first heard about Twitter from one of his customers, he was puzzled but intrigued. Today, he credits Twitter with almost doubling his clientele and with […]

More on Google Analytics — Traffic Quality

Tweet The other day I posted a short introduction to Google Analytics along with a couple of ideas about how the information compiled there could be used specifically by journalists. One of the other really cool features (it’s new) in Analytics is the ability to create custom reports. One that I’ve created for some sites […]

Partnering Up

Tweet Knoxify makes the announcement of three city blogs who are joining together in Tennessee. We have partnered with Chattarati, a Chattanooga blog with a touch of narcissism, and the Nashvillest, a Music City blog, to bring you the latest news and opinions from Middle and Southeast Tennessee. I have to agree with Knoxville’s Michael Silence […]

A 1981 Primitive Internet Report On KRON

Tweet This is hysterical. Doesn’t matter if you are in news or not. H/T Mark Van Patten at The Newspaper Business Blog

The Digital Gap and Weekly Newspapers

Tweet So you’re a weekly newspaper publisher and you produce a quality newspaper product with original local news and a vibrant editorial page. Your ongoing efforts and commitment have allowed you to control your local news market.  Readers respect you and look to you for the facts – they want you to act as a […]

You’ve Heard Of BarCamp

Tweet And now there is LaidOffCamp. Pretty good idea of getting people together.

‘If Your Mother Says She Loves You, Check It Out’

Tweet The one thing about citizen journalism which I want to address is that with the title of journalism, there also should be a responsibility on verifying the facts and always err to the side of attribution. Anonymous sources decrease the legitimacy of your information if that’s all you use. I don’t, and have never […]

Easy Way to Make 140 Characters

Tweet On Newscoma’s post from yesterday people are discussing what Twitter has done to blogging for some people.  I know it has cut down my blogging quite a bit, especially on those posts that were basically a link out to something I found interesting.  Well, here’s something interesting–a bookmarklet that helps you condense your tweets […]

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