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STUDY: Users Who Arrive At News Sites Via Facebook Spend Less Time, View Fewer Pages, Return Less Often - Posted March 13, 2014
Facebook's efforts to cozy up to media or... [AllFacebook]

5 Ways Social Media Spread Word of Syrian Chemical Attack - Posted August 27, 2013
[caption id="attachment_134904" align="alignright" width="304"] Photo Courtesy Associated Press[/caption] As the Obama Administration weighs how and when to take action against a Syrian regime ... [SocialTimes.com]

NPR Calls Social Media a 'Great Equalizer' Regarding Recruiting - Posted January 8, 2013
If you ever wondered if some companies use Twitter to recruit, if this post is any indication, National Public Radio has found tremendous success with social media. According to a piece published by ... [TVNewser]

What Makes A Story Successful On Facebook? - Posted November 27, 2012
National Public Radio has been wondering: What makes a story tick on Facebook? The company examined its geotargeted stories throughout July, August, and September, and found that ... [AllFacebook]

Journalists Note Facebook's Role In 2012 Election - Posted October 4, 2012
Some of the premier journalists of the 2012 election cycle joined ... [AllFacebook]

In a Crisis, Shift to 'Sad' Mode, Say Professors - Posted January 13, 2012
The University of Missouri has come out with a study showing that when companies' bad news is framed from a sad point of view, consumers are more forgiving of said company. Someone should have told BP this news before National Public R... [PRNewser]

Steve Oney To Write Book on 'History, Trials & Tribulations' of NPR - Posted March 17, 2011
The House of Representatives voted 228-192 to defund National Public Radio this afternoon. This week Steve Oney (author of And the Dead Shall Rise... [GalleyCat]

Dave Eggers' Inflamatory Onion Interview - Posted January 6, 2010
You know that it's a slow news day (except for those at CES liveblogging, of course) when the biggest scandal to hit the Web since Monday is a Dave Eggers... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Dave Eggers' Inflamatory Onion Interview - Posted January 6, 2010
You know that it's a slow news day (except for those at CES liveblogging, of course) when the biggest scandal to hit the Web since Monday is a Dave Eggers... [FishbowlNY]

Crowdsourcing In 2010: Will We Keep Supplying The Media Free Content? - Posted December 30, 2009
MediaPost's Maryanne Conlin wrote a post today about crowdsourcing, a technique employed by corporations that costs them less than it would to hire outside consultants... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Crowdsourcing In 2010: Will We Keep Supplying The Media Free Content? - Posted December 30, 2009
MediaPost's Maryanne Conlin wrote a post today about crowdsourcing, a technique employed by corporations that costs them less than it would to hire outside consultants... [FishbowlNY]

NPR Creates New Senior Management Role Focused On Diversity - Posted December 14, 2009
National Public Radio is increasing its focus on diversity with the addition of a new senior manager role. Keith Woods, the dean of faculty at the Poynter Institute, has been n... [morningmedianewsfeed]

NPR Creates New Senior Management Role Focused On Diversity - Posted December 14, 2009
National Public Radio is increasing its focus on diversity with the addition of a new senior manager role. Keith Woods, the dean of faculty at the Poynter Institute, has been n... [FishbowlNY]

Reuters Hosts Panel On "Shaky" Audience-Media Relationships - Posted November 13, 2009
Last night at the Thomson Reuters building in Times Square, Jack Shafer of Slate.com moderated a panel for millennium journalism entitled "Audience and the Media: A Shaky Marriage." The speakers at the event each came from a mainstream ne... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Reuters Hosts Panel On "Shaky" Audience-Media Relationships - Posted November 13, 2009
Last night at the Thomson Reuters building in Times Square, Jack Shafer of Slate.com moderated a panel for millennium journalism entitled "Audience and the Media: A Shaky Marriage." The speakers at the event each came from a mainstream ne... [FishbowlNY]

Rather's CBS Suit Dismissed|Gannett Says Thirds Q Results Will Surpass Expectations|Advanstar Restructures|NPR CEO Vivian Schiller - Posted September 29, 2009
Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Econ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Rather's CBS Suit Dismissed|Gannett Says Thirds Q Results Will Surpass Expectations|Advanstar Restructures|NPR CEO Vivian Schiller - Posted September 29, 2009
Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Econ... [FishbowlNY]

Job Title To Watch: Digital Correspondent - Posted April 7, 2009
Being a blogger forces you to be a multi-tasker. If you're good at what you do, you not only write, but edit, photograph and sometimes even act as videographer and editor, all to create an engaging blog post. So how can you parlay that into a career? Today the American... [MediaJobsDaily]

NPR Doesn't Need Your Newspapers - Posted March 19, 2009
If there were any institution that would be likely to invest in print media while all others are turning their backs on it, you would think it would be National Public Radio. Yes well, you would be wrong. In a memo, ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Starbucks Selection #3: Oral History - Posted August 8, 2007
The AP reports that Starbucks has chosen "Listening Is An Act of Love: A Celebration of American Lives from the StoryCorps Project", a collection of 50 stories in an oral history project as its third book selection. The book, edited by Peabody award winner Dave Isay and published by Penguin P... [GalleyCat]

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