Looking to the future of journalism, might networked collaboration yield greater return?
Asking if journalism has effectively defined this yet, there may be more than one answer.
Posted by Jo Ellen Green Kaiser on September 23, 2013
Topics: Blog, Distribution Tags: Capacity, Collaboration, Featured, Future of Journalism, Infrastructure, Innovation, Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, Media Consortium, Storytelling, Strategy, Sustainability, Use Case
One of the first seamless customer relationship management (CRM) systems for WordPress allows you to customize work flow, commerce, data and community with a free or paid version.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on August 2, 2013
Topics: Resources, Technology Tags: Audience Engagement, CRM, Database, E-Commerce, Emerging Trends, Engagement Models, Entrepreneurship, Free Tools, Innovation, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising
If goals guide form, collaboration’s potential to transform journalism remains largely unrealized. Getting real about large scale impact - are smart networked efforts the future?
Posted by Jo Ellen Green Kaiser on July 24, 2013
Topics: Blog, Community Tags: Civic Journalism, Collaboration, Engagement Models, Future of Journalism, Innovation, John Bracken, Media Consortium, Networks, New Journalism, Opportunity, Partnerships, Recommendations, Scaling, Sustainability
Can a company be profitable and benefit its community? B Corp certification ensures businesses meet "rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency."
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on June 1, 2013
Topics: Distribution, Resources Tags: Business Models, Collaboration, Community Engagement, Emerging Trends, Entrepreneurship, Experiments, Future of News, Innovation, Nonprofit
Blending business skills into how the journalism gets done: how can the classroom throttle student success to drive real innovation into the new news market supply chain?
Posted by Lisa Skube on May 15, 2013
Topics: Blog, Education Tags: Academy, Analysis, Civic Engagement, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, Crowdsourcing, Digital Age, Digital Journalism, Education, Entrepreneurial Journalism, Evaluation, Future of Journalism, George S. Turnbull Portland Center, Innovation, Journalism Education, Journalism School, Journalism Students
Improve your audience understanding by capturing reactions in the moment as people read, see or hear your content. The concept of comment threads, but deeply interactive. Embed with a button.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on October 11, 2012
Topics: Community, Resources, Technology Tags: Community Engagement, Innovation, Online Tools
Listen in on an insightful conversation about the real role the “bells and whistles” of technology has in influencing publishes. Street Fight’s David Hirschman and CJR’s Michael Meyer talk share their insight with the JA’s Emily Harris
Posted by Emily Harris on May 16, 2012
Topics: Blog, Revenue, Technology Tags: Columbia Journalism Review, Hyperlocal, Innovation, Publishing, Revenue, Street Fight, Technology
Exposure and a chance to innovate emerge as major collaboration benefits. Weigh against the challenges in this readout from the JA collaboration & revenue conversation.
Posted by Emily Harris on May 10, 2012
Topics: Blog, Community, Revenue Tags: Analysis, Audience Development, Business Models, Collaboration, Forum, Innovation, Revenue
A blog tracking the sweet spot where people push new ideas forward together, leveraging social networking and consumer tech. Big ideas to enhance your thinking through change.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on May 3, 2012
Topics: Experiments, Resources, Revenue, Technology Tags: Collaboration, Crowdsourcing, Innovation, Leadership, Social Network, Technology
Theme of the tweet week: ways to ease the change. A clearinghouse of free training, a visual how-to become a data journalist, and new ways to focus and fund your work.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on May 2, 2012
Topics: Innovation, Tweets for Keeps Tags: Innovation, Resources, Tweets for Keeps