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Category Archives: Media
More thoughts on data journalism … from Fast Company.…
The New York Times has a way to go with its digital efforts, according to an internal report. Mashable reports.…
Lawyers are trying to expand “publicity rights” to ordinary individuals, with little success so far. TechDirt.com has the details.…
The forces that shape media bias … thoughts from the Washington Post.…
The journalism gender gap remains surprisingly large … here’s a report from the Huffington Post.…
Some growth for the journalism business … Reuters reports.…
Americans continue to watch TV when they want to and where they want to, according to the newest media study … the Washington Post reports.…
An interesting look at a piece of journalism history … the nation’s first muckraking newspaper … the story is in The Huffington Post.…
Another venue for long-form journalism … in an unexpected place. USA Today has the story.…