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The Spokesman-Review’s Ryan Pitts on Web Scraping

The Spokesman-Review’s Ryan Pitts offers his take on how and when they gain value from Web scraping.

Common Language Project’s Jessica Partnow on Teaching Entrepreneurship

Jessica Partnow’s shares how she helps students create success for themselves and their communities in the new media news landscape.

The Register-Guard’s John Heasly on Web Scraping

Courtesy matters, when Web scraping is necessary, design scripts that honor the source.

Josh Stearns Talks Independent Voices in a Consolidating World

Josh Stearns is an associate director at Free Press, a nonprofit organization working to reform media. He manages the journalism, public media and media consolidation campaigns.

MinnPost’s Joel Kramer on Funding

Joel Kramer is the editor and CEO of MinnPost, a nonprofit news site serving the Twin Cities and Minnesota.

Digital pioneer Robert Niles on teaching entrepreneurship

Robert Niles founded and edits Theme Park Insider, a theme park news site. He also contributes to the Online Journalism Review and conducts trainings for journalists across the country.

Dan Gillmor on Teaching Entrepreneurship and the Startup Culture

Dan Gilmore, Director of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, shares his take.

Seattle Public Library Fuels Seattle’s News and Information Ecosystem

Marsha Iverson is the King County Library’s public relations specialist. Iverson outlines how libraries offer valuable data, and access to top notch fact checking, as a free service available to all news and information producers.

New Media Landscape; Matt Rosenberg’s Take on Building Credibility

Matt Rosenberg offers how news sites are accelerating their support base by creating a connection with readers, building a community and establishing partnerships.

Sara Shipley Hiles on Enriched Narrative with Geo-Mapping

There's been tremendous advances in geo-mapping since 2003 when Sara Shipley Hiles investigated flood plain development in St. Louis and how it's regulated using satellite images.
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