Here’s a pretty cool service being launched on YouTube to help citizen journalists with tips and videos. I can imagine there are lots of great ideas there for those with a journalism background as well! I’m more of a reader than a video watcher myself, but this is a great potential way to catch up [...]
The world of news is continually changing. A testament would be to the social media networks covering the death of Michael Jackson. The thing to remember though is that even with the instant nature of breaking news (which is still being touted 16 hours later on CNN as I type this) that we have forgotten [...]
Knoxville peeps, Knox Views is having a Recession Special at their blog. This is very inventive. For a limited time only, KnoxViews is making our premium top banner advertising space available at no charge to local/area merchants, no strings attached. Help your company and your customers fight the recession and stimulate the local economy. And [...]
Thanks to Christian Grantham at Nashville is Talking, we find that the new iPhone does a lot more than you thought it would. How good is the iPhone’s new video camera? Good enough to make the evening news, literally. Here’s the story of how the new iPhone which was used to shoot a news package [...]
Here you go: Journalism educators, professionals and students can develop and hone their skills in audio, photo and video storytelling at a Multimedia Boot Camp taught by the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute, Aug. 9-14, in Nashville, Tenn. Tuition is $850, payable in advance. Low-cost housing at Extended Stay/Vanderbilt is available for an additional $71.40 per [...]
We need to be watching this. The Washington Post has reported that a Nevada newspaper has been served a grand jury federal subpoena to reveal the identities of commenters on its website. The newspaper editor is fighting the request. The editor, Thomas Mitchell, received the subpoena after his paper covered the prosecution of business owner [...]
Trace isn’t going to mention it here, but something happened over the last couple of days that we’d be silly not to recognize. She broke a national story over at her own blog, Newscoma. The details of the story, the discussion over the issues, etc.–we’ll leave that over to her blog where it belongs. In [...]
Michael Silence gives mainstream media a tongue lashing.
From political writer Adam Kleinheider. The power of new media can be exaggerated. It constantly is. But in an early stage of a gubernatorial primary the blogs and the people behind them are players in the game. Read the whole thing. He explains this perfectly and he can tell you what it’s all about.
Jim Voorhies gives about the best advice I’ve read in awhile to companies as well as politicians. Yep, I’m writing you a letter just like I did REI when they screwed up. Some of you are already doing it. You’re ignoring the new media “opportunities.” And you’re getting sliced and diced out there. Politicians are [...]