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February 25, 2015: James Warren has been named chief media correspondent at Poynter. He will continue in his role as contributing editor at the New York Daily News. (FishbowlNY)

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Poynter Calls Out the 'Worst Pitches Ever' - Posted October 22, 2014
In case you want to remind yourself that many pitches are not successful, here's a story via Poynter -- actually, a public query -- about the worst pitches certain journalists have received. Sad to say, it's hilarious (and ... [FishbowlDC]

Is BuzzFeed Really America's 'Least Trusted' News Source? - Posted October 21, 2014
The study that has everyone's attention in the media world today concerns trust and political ideology. Depending on your affiliation and your favorite outlets, the extensive Pew Research Journalism Project survey could be seen as either a good or bad thing: more American readers of various political pers... [FishbowlDC]

Will Robots Write Your Client's Next Press Release? - Posted June 30, 2014
Did you take our headline too literally? Our apologies. Robots will almost certainly not write your next press release...or the one after that, or the one after that. The Associated Press did, however, just announce a very real "robotic content production deal" w... [FishbowlDC]

Poynter, Journalists Come Out As #TeamOxfordComma - Posted June 25, 2014
Last week, we got a good bit of attention from the advertising and PR communities alike for Shawn Paul Wood's post on the status of the Oxford comma, infor... [FishbowlDC]

AP Insists That You Remember All Four S's in 'Mississippi' - Posted April 24, 2014
M, I, crooked letter, crooked letter, I... Oh, Associated Press. We love you so, but you insist on hurting us! Last month you tried to tell us ... [FishbowlDC]

Even Upworthy's Corrections Are Designed To Go Viral - Posted February 25, 2014
You've seen and no doubt probably shared a piece of content or two that came to your attention via viral news-worth-sharing aggregator Upworthy. But have you ever gone back to a piece you shared, or circled back to a piece you've already seen before? No? That's the problem with corrections on ... [10,000 Words]

Journalist Sues Police For Barring Drone Videography Of Crash Scene - Posted February 19, 2014
Any desperate local news reporter who's ever been denied access to a crime or accident scene can relate to the motivation behind the attempted work-around one Connecticut TV photographer, Pedro Rivera, used to circumvent the road block while at the scene of a fatal crash: an overhead drone to grab some... [10,000 Words]

6,329 'Credentialed Journalists' Will Cover Super Bowl XLVIII - Posted January 29, 2014
In case you needed further proof that the multi-headed hydra we call "the media" still struggles to define its role in a micro-blog world, today brings two very different reports about the state of the journalistic game. We'll start with the bad news: Capital New York... [FishbowlDC]

'Best Media Errors and Corrections of 2013' List Is One for the Ages - Posted December 18, 2013
First: we apologize for overlooking "fail to correct mistakes in articles" on our contentious "11 Things the Media Does That Piss Off PR"... [FishbowlDC]

How to Achieve These 3 New Year's Resolutions For Journalists - Posted December 4, 2013
Thinking ahead a month might seem like an eternity for many journalists in the thick of holiday stories and planning for vacations. But before you hang up your hat on 2013, you should make a plan for how you'll do better in 2014. Want to be a better journalist? Here are three... [10,000 Words]

Public Relations: The Journalist's New Frontier (Part 2) - Posted October 21, 2013
Today we bring you the second half of our guest story by Orbit Media Studios founder and content marketing specialist ... [FishbowlDC]

5 Stats to Note From Poynter's iPad Eye-Tracking Study - Posted October 22, 2012
Last week, Poynter shared findings from its recent eye-tracking study. Using "eyetracking gear, observation and exit interviews," Poynter tracked 36 people as they engaged with news stories on an iPad, an ... [10,000 Words]

Paywall Pace Increases, As More News Sites Limit Free Articles - Posted August 1, 2012
If you read your local, hometown or regional newspaper online chances are you've hit or will soon be faced with a paywall. That's because an analysis of Newspaper Association of America data by EByline shows news sites have picked up the pace of paywall adoption in recent months. Previously, they found... [10,000 Words]

NewsTrust Now A Part Of Poynter Network - Posted June 18, 2012
NewsTrust, a social network that lets users rate quality of journalism, sent out a memo this evening to let its users know that Poynter is its new owner and operator, effective immediately. Ne... [10,000 Words]

How To Escape The Newsroom 'Social Media Guru' Pigeon Hole - Posted February 20, 2012
As with many jobs that are either technical in nature, or have a somewhat narrow scope, being the newsroom's primary social media educator can have a pigeon-holing effect on ones career. Depending on how advanced the newsroom is when it comes to understanding the basics of how to utilize social medi... [10,000 Words]

Register Today for Poynter's "Develop a Smarter Mobile Strategy" Workshop - Posted February 2, 2012
One thing that I've been diligent in talking about here at 10,000 Words is creating a mobile presence. By 2014, mobile Internet is poised to... [10,000 Words]

Poynter Editor: Jim Romenesko's Posts Have "Incomplete Attribution" But Aren't Plagiarism - Posted November 10, 2011
Today, Poynter editor Julie Moos ... [10,000 Words]

Poynter Calls for Journalism Entrepreneurs - Posted October 1, 2010
Poynter wants to hear new journalism ideas, and is willing to give a little money for the best ones. In a release, Poynter has called for people with a creative journalistic idea to send in a video. They will select the two best ideas, and the winners will receive up to... [MediaJobsDaily]

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