Journalism Accelerator Featured Links: December 6 – December 22, 2011
New Paths to E-Commerce: “Publishers are getting more aggressive with e-commerce plays that expand their digital revenue options.” Bob O’Regan outlines what that looks like.
New Paths to E-Commerce
“Publishers are getting more aggressive with e-commerce plays that expand their digital revenue options.” Bob O’Regan outlines what that looks like.
Knowledgewebb: Don’t sweat the tech
Amy Webb is a digital genius; this is Amy’s brainchild: “A leading digital tools training site that Entrepreneur Magazine, MSNBC, ReadWriteWeb and many others” call home.
“Analyze, annotate, publish. Turn documents into data.” Inside skinny: JA’s Denise Cheng thinks these folks are inspired.
Nimble Commerce CEO: Helping local leverage deals
“Daily deals” are hot hot hot for many hyperlocals. Check out this insightful perspective from a CEO running branded deals for publishers.
A Prescriptive Look at the News Business
Howard Owens offers pearls of wisdom on the “two camps in the game of predicting where the news game is going.”
Will the IRS Derail Nonprofit Journalism?
Steve Waldman’s recent piece on Columbia Journalism Review finds at this “crucial moment, the taxman drags his feet on granting tax-exempt status.”
Mapping Digital Media: United States, from the Open Society Foundation
An examination of “the global opportunities and risks created by the transition from traditional to digital media’s” potential impact on democracy. Covering 60 countries.”
Contently: Connecting Writers and Brands
“Giving freelance journalists a new way to work,” Contently bridges brands and skilled writers in new ways.
New Bosses, New Structure and What You Can Do: Digital First
John Paton on pushing digital first: “In the newspaper industry Digital transformation is a bit like the weather – everybody’s talking about it, but few are doing much about it.”
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