Journalism Accelerator Featured Links: July 7 – July 19, 2011
NTEN and M+R Strategic Services Annual Benchmark Study
See how 34+ earth-friendly nonprofits stack up: a free report offers a compendium of tactics and results.
One Size Does Not Fit All
Michael Depp’s post on NetNewsCheck explores how nonprofit news sites are re-imagining news.
Save the News Goes Behind the Scenes
Local news is outsourced daily. Have you checked to see if your community is on the media consolidation map?
NYT asks: Got Twitter? You’ve Been Scored
Great article in the NYT drills into the social cybersphere’s impact on the “democratization of influence.”
Twitter’s Official Page for Journalists
Twitter served fresh daily: “resources to help you and your organization at every step of the reporting and publishing process.”
Biblionews Offers Fresh Frame for News Providers and Information Brokers
Jacob Caggiano’s video documents the pairing of libraries and a free press from the recent JTM Cambridge, Mass event Beyond Books.
MediaShift post “The Twitter Effect: How Social Media Changes the News Narrative”
Devin Harner outlines how social media is reshaping news, “not enough and too much information,” as revealing both new challenges and opportunities.
Poytner’s Seven Steps to a Successful Aggregation Strategy
Jeff Sonderman shows us how aggregation can help deliver even more value and draw a larger audience.
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