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Back to School Links: 3 Pieces New (and Old) Journos Should Wrap Their Heads Around - Posted September 4, 2014
It's back to school season, which means there will be a lot of journalism students sitting around debating how to best make money doing it. We just can't stop wondering or examining how it's all changed. The discussion isn't just happening in ivory towers, either. In the past week, current journos... [10,000 Words]

Weekend Show Preview - 7.13.14 - Posted July 11, 2014
On Monday we gave you the ratings for the July 6 Sunday Shows in the DC Market. Who's on the talk shows this weekend? "Fox News Sunday" has Amb. Dennis Ross. Rick Santorum is headed to NBC's "Meet the Press... [PRNewser]

TED Talks Speakers Recommend Summer Reads - Posted June 16, 2014
Looking for something good to read this summer? TED Talks speakers Elizabeth Gilbert, Melinda Gates, Bill Gates, Rashida Jones, Clay Shirky, Uzoamaka Maduka, Amanda Palmer, Stanley McChrystal and ... [GalleyCat]

Interpreting Media: Clay Shirky Speaks - Posted November 2, 2011
Earlier in October, for the first time in my life, I was encouraged to tweet while sitting in an audience. It was at the International Festival of Authors (IFOA) an annual event that brings together the best minds in the liter... [SocialTimes.com]

Foreign Affairs Live: Experts Debate The Role of Social Media In Political Protests - Posted April 1, 2011
Popular protests in countries from Tunisia and Egypt to Bahrain and Libya have shaken the Middle East's established order to its roots. Are they evidence of the political power of social media? Have the Internet, Facebook, Twitter and other innovations ushered in a revolutionary ... [SocialTimes.com]

Best Book Editors on Twitter - Posted March 30, 2011
Book editors have had a rough time in recent years--layoffs, uncertain roles, and crazy workloads. To celebrate National Novel Editing Month and help aspiring writers connect with editors, we've updated our directory of the Best Book Editors on Twitter (collected below... [AllTwitter]

Internet Tech Buff Clay Shirky To Teach Media And Design Courses At NYU - Posted December 7, 2010
Clay Shirky has become one of the most recognized names in tech circles by spending a career studying the social and financial effects of ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Internet Tech Buff Clay Shirky To Teach Media And Design Courses At NYU - Posted December 7, 2010
Clay Shirky has become one of the most recognized names in tech circles by spending a career studying the social and financial effects of ... [FishbowlNY]

The Paley Center for Media Launches 'Next Big Thing' Event Series for Tech Startups and Media Companies - Posted November 18, 2010
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The Paley Center for Media Launches 'Next Big Thing' Event Series for Tech Startups and Media Companies - Posted November 18, 2010
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Why the Internet Won't Ruin Literary Culture - Posted July 19, 2010
In a NY Times interview over the weekend, novelist Gary Shteyngart quipped, "I don't know how to read anymore. I can only read 20 or 30 words at a time before taking out my iPhone and caressing it and snugg... [GalleyCat]

SXSWi in Quotes - Posted March 17, 2010
[Gym Class Heroes and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz at the Ustream Party. Courtesy Nick McGlynn for mediabistro.com/RandomNightOut.com] ... [PRNewser]

PEW Study Shows Continued Weakness In MSM - Posted March 15, 2010
The results of the annual "State of the News Media" report published by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism are live today, revealing an unfortunate lack of surprises. With the exception of cable news, revenue is down across the board, and a look at consum... [PRNewser]

Best Book Editors on Twitter - Posted March 8, 2010
According to Tweepsearch, 25,080 people identify themselves as an "editor" on Twitter. Nevertheless, book editors have had a rough time in recent years--layoffs, uncertain roles, and crazy workloads. Today we've decided to celebrate and recognize the editors in ... [GalleyCat]

Study Finds New Media Doesn't Fill Journalism Gap - Posted January 11, 2010
While blogs and social networking sites like Twitter pride themselves on being able to break stories faster than conventional news outlets (as well as often playing the role of citizen watchdogs to the MSM), a new study has found that the actual original reporting produced on the Internet is nowhere close... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Study Finds New Media Doesn't Fill Journalism Gap - Posted January 11, 2010
While blogs and social networking sites like Twitter pride themselves on being able to break stories faster than conventional news outlets (as well as often playing the role of citizen watchdogs to the MSM), a new study has found that the actual original reporting produced on the Internet is nowhere close... [FishbowlNY]

Lifetime Value Of Consumers Is Less; What This Means For Media - Posted December 16, 2009
The Big Money interviews Clay Shirky on paying for new media. He says that the value of a consumer is less to advertisers, and that affects the price of ads, which affects whether a new media startup lives or dies. Watch the video here: ... [MediaJobsDaily]

NYU Media Professors Discuss Future Of Media By Looking Back - Posted December 4, 2009
Last night, New York University hosted a panel in its continuing "Primary Sources" series focusing on journalism, featuring professors and media commenters Jay Rosen and Clay Shirky. Whi... [morningmedianewsfeed]

NYU Media Professors Discuss Future Of Media By Looking Back - Posted December 4, 2009
Last night, New York University hosted a panel in its continuing "Primary Sources" series focusing on journalism, featuring professors and media commenters Jay Rosen and Clay Shirky. Whi... [FishbowlNY]

NPR's Schiller: "Our Plans For Going Forward Is More" - Posted October 21, 2009
NPR president and CEO Vivian Schiller claims she is an optimist, yet she opened her keynote address at mediabistro.com's UGCX conference with a scary premise. "I'd like to start by really, really d... [morningmedianewsfeed]

NPR's Schiller: "Our Plans For Going Forward Is More" - Posted October 21, 2009
NPR president and CEO Vivian Schiller claims she is an optimist, yet she opened her keynote address at mediabistro.com's UGCX conference with a scary premise. "I'd like to start by really, really d... [FishbowlNY]

LAT Profiles Nikki Finke|New York Profile Subject Dash Snow Dies|Thomson Reuters Looks To Buy Breakingviews.com|Next New Networks Trims Staff|Shirky Talks Jounalism Subsidies - Posted July 15, 2009
Embedded video from CNN Video FishbowlLA: The Los Angeles Times' James Rainey ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

LAT Profiles Nikki Finke|New York Profile Subject Dash Snow Dies|Thomson Reuters Looks To Buy Breakingviews.com|Next New Networks Trims Staff|Shirky Talks Jounalism Subsidies - Posted July 15, 2009
Embedded video from CNN Video FishbowlLA: The Los Angeles Times' James Rainey ... [FishbowlNY]

What's Next In Independent Magazines: 4 Questions For Utne Reader Editor-in-Chief David Schimke - Posted June 8, 2009
Newspapers are dying, magazines are closing and more journalists are finding themselves without paying gigs every day. Everyone is wondering: what does the future hold for the media? We brought the questions to the front lines, asking leaders in the field to tell us: what's next? This week, we kick off our... [morningmedianewsfeed]

What's Next In Independent Magazines: 4 Questions For Utne Reader Editor-in-Chief David Schimke - Posted June 8, 2009
Newspapers are dying, magazines are closing and more journalists are finding themselves without paying gigs every day. Everyone is wondering: what does the future hold for the media? We brought the questions to the front lines, asking leaders in the field to tell us: what's next? This week, we kick off our... [FishbowlNY]

Clay Shirky Breaks Down the Newspaper Meltdown - Posted May 11, 2009
We really suggest you read the whole article written by Clay Shirky. We say this as media bloggers that have to read every knucklehead's assessment of 'the state of newspapers' and the majority of it is repeating tired ... [FishbowlLA]

Even Futurists Can't Agree On How To Save Newspapers - Posted March 20, 2009
They're seen as the biggest brains around and, in many cases, the future of media. Yet put three technoratis in a room (or in this case a conference) together and even they can't agree on how to assure the future of newspapers. Sure everyone tweeted, blogged and even vloged about the... [MediaJobsDaily]

Morning Reading List 03.16.09 - Posted March 16, 2009
Good Morning FishbowlDC! Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. ... [FishbowlDC]

Social Tagging and the Enterprise: Does Tagging Work at Work? - Posted January 13, 2009
Executive Summary As social tagging grows increasingly popular on the Web, organizations are curious to see how this trendy Web 2.0 approach can benefit the business world. Social tagging allows users to employ their own language to organize and retrieve content, and encourages social collaboration between peers by making those tags visible... [semanticweb.com]

Morning Reading List, 12.29.08 - Posted December 29, 2008
Good morning, Washington. What DC museum is featured above? Think you know? Email us with your best guess. AND: Join us after the jump to find out if you guessed our last contest correctly. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning... [FishbowlDC]

Emily Gould Is Offering You the Red Pill - Posted August 21, 2008
Former GalleyCat contributing editor Emily Gould has done more this summer than completing the essay collection she sold to Free Press. She's also go... [GalleyCat]

At Pop!Tech '08: Scarcity, Abundance, and Malcolm Gladwell - Posted August 13, 2008
Between scarcity and abundance, there comes—you guessed it—a tipping point, and so who better to headline this year's "Scarcity and Abundance"-themed Pop!Tech conference than Malcolm Gladwell? The pop sociologist will be on hand at... [UnBeige]

Shirky, Syllogism and the Semantic Web - Posted March 18, 2007
A friend recently sent me the link to Clay Shirky’s piece on the Semantic Web  with a “I assume you’ve seen this, what do you think?” I had seen it, but I hadn’t looked at it for years. So I went back for another look. As usual, Shirky’s writing is intelligent, insightful and... [semanticweb.com]

Shirky, Syllogism and the Semantic Web - Posted March 18, 2007
A friend recently sent me the link to Clay Shirky's piece on the Semantic Web... [semanticweb.com]

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