Journalism Accelerator Featured Links: December 23, 2011 – January 5, 2012
What I saw at the Hyperlocal Revolution. “No story too small.” David W. Barton shares his take as the ex-Sacramento Press editor-in-chief; an honest assessment of the real challenges and promise of new media / citizen news sites.
What I saw at the Hyperlocal Revolution
“No story too small.” David W. Barton shares his take as the ex-Sacramento Press editor-in-chief; an honest assessment of the real challenges and promise of new media / citizen news sites.
Hyperlocal Publishing Business Model Canvas
Using nine basic building blocks, We Locally launches a new tool for hyperlocals to “grow revenues, fight off the corporate competitors, and get to a point of sustainable independence.”
The Citizens Agenda: A Plan to Make Election Coverage More Useful to People
Crafting a “new master narrative” for Election 2012, and looking for collaborators. Brought to you by Jay Rosen, The Guardian US, and NYU’s Studio 20.
Are All Bloggers Journalists?
Four takes on the blogger v. journalist debate that the Crystal Cox case sparked anew.
A “one stop guide” to op-eds, commentary and conversation – in this case, all about Florida. Would such a new media venture work in your state?
The Newsonomics of the Magic Formula for 2012
2011 delivers a 22% third quarter increase in US digital ad revenue. 2012 expects 63 million smart TVs to ship. Ken Doctor deconstructs and adds up numbers to help publishers see the future.
Thinking About the Future of Informed Communities and Journalism
Forbes contributor Adam Thierer gathers leading reports and asks the burning question: Do citizens have access to the “right sort of information” — especially about their local communities?
KDMC report: New practices shape transformative news leadership in the digital age
Michele McLellan distills dozens of conversations, surfacing transformative leadership practices like focus, adapt, be a catalyst, own the numbers, make time for the future and get out of the way!
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