Mark your calendars, college journos
In case you want to meet me, you’ll find me at the National College Journalism Convention on March 4. Details of my chat (others from KPCC will be chatting as well): Including the Public in Your Journalism Learn guerilla tactics in social media and outreach in order to grow the number of people who have a relationship with your news organization. Jason Kandel, Sharon McNary and Kim...
We want more human and less machine.– Richard Ziade, Creator of Readability, The Automated Web and Us. (via futurejournalismproject)
New policies, they suggest, are needed to support and regulate public...– Modeling Policy for New Public Service Media Networks | Center for Social Media (via @ianhill)
Telling the public the truth: We don't know...
(This post of part of the wonderousness that is the Carnival of Journalism) In the past few weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time working on KPCC’s new local site, OnCentral. In short, it’s a site covering a small swath of South LA, and we hope to release some aspects of community reporting in a few weeks. When I talk to people about the site, I outline two ideas, that seem to align...
Wherever these developers sit, many of them describe a constant tension between...– Been thinking about this a lot lately. Should note the project management bit at the bottom. Key departures suggest 4 factors critical to the future of programming and journalism | Poynter.
The network isn’t crazy about you tweeting. They’re not sure...– The whole I’m with CoCo thing is the ultimate in brand loyalty to me. Some day, I want to come up with something like that. Conan 2.0 - Fortune Tech