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Newspapers Broke My Heart. Will Citizen Journalism Heal It? By Trent Seibert

Tweet Newspapers broke my heart. Will citizen-journalism heal it? by Trent Seibert Every time I open a newspaper my heart breaks a little more. Newspapers are on the decline. Around the country, management is putting the squeeze on newsroom budgets and cutting staff. And without resources to pay for overtime, for public records fees and […]

How to Break a Story Live on YOUR Blog

Tweet Ok, this is the kind of stuff I absolutely love. A reader asks a question about a project he’s doing with some students, and we’re able to use that to show professional journalists how to cover a story in real time on a blog with a mobile phone. Reader Dan writes: A small group […]

Featured Article: An Introduction From Michael Silence

Tweet Sometimes I wonder if many of us don’t make this whole new media thing too difficult to understand or explain. When I find myself getting far too immersed in trying to explain this 21st century media, I remind myself what first got me into following blogs. It was discovering in early 2002 that I […]

Hi, We’re Glad You’ve Found Us!

Tweet You may be a tad early, but we’re glad you’re here.  We’re working feverishly to get this site presentable by January 1, 2009, but you’re more than welcomed to take it for a spin as a preview.  Keep checking back–lots of changes on the horizon! Newscoma and Sadcox.


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