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NYT Editorial Board Pushes Back Against Chinese President's Comments - Posted November 13, 2014
The New York Times pushed back against Chinese President Xi Jinping in an editorial published Wednesday evening after Xi Jinping snubbed Times' reporter Mark Landler during a press conference and all but confirmed the Chinese government had been blocking reporters from getting credentials to report in the country. During a media briefing... [morningmedianewsfeed]

NYT Editorial Board Pushes Back Against Chinese President's Comments - Posted November 13, 2014
The New York Times pushed back against Chinese President Xi Jinping in an editorial published Wednesday evening after Xi Jinping snubbed Times' reporter Mark Landler during a press conference and all but confirmed the Chinese government had been blocking reporters from getting credentials to report in the country. During a media briefing... [FishbowlNY]

Does Your Newsroom Throwback on Thursday? - Posted August 7, 2014
In the name of clicks, and appearing to be social media savvy, news organizations have hopped on the #tbt train. For those that live under a rock, #tbt is the hashtag used for "Throwback Thursday," an excuse to post your prom picture on Instagram, or tweet a link to an old... [10,000 Words]

Which Tweet Wins? See If You Can You Out-Predict A Computer - Posted July 2, 2014
If you work in social media, or any online media site really, for very long, you learn that it's hard to predict which post or piece of content will go viral. That doesn't stop people from trying. The latest attempt? The New York Times has the details on a collaboration by three... [10,000 Words]

Best World Cup Coverage Around the Web - Posted June 26, 2014
If you don't have soccer fever yet, I feel sorry for you. It's the one sport I can actually tolerate, and thanks to an extended overseas stint, know how to watch. With the World Cup playing on every television screen I walk by, it's hard to not feel like there's a... [10,000 Words]

New York Times Publisher Takes Media to Task for Abramson Coverage - Posted May 17, 2014
The spiraling debate and speculative coverage of Jill Abramson's departure from the New York Times as a pay-inequality issue finally became too much for her boss to bear. This afternoon, New York Times publisher ... [AllTwitter]

Save the Date: Social Media Summit in London - Posted May 9, 2014
Next Friday, BBC Academy's College of Journalism, the New York Times, and the Knight Foundation are holding the Social Media Summit 2014 in London. If you are already across the pond or just loaded enough to jet set, it's possible th... [10,000 Words]

New York Times App Now Offers Cheaper Newspaper Subscription for Mobile - Posted April 3, 2014
NYT Now, from the New York Times, now offers a discounted subscription option for mobile readers at $8 every four weeks. for heavy newsmonger, the Times will offer a Times Premier to content ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

New York Times App Now Offers Cheaper Newspaper Subscription for Mobile - Posted April 3, 2014
NYT Now, from the New York Times, now offers a discounted subscription option for mobile readers at $8 every four weeks. for heavy newsmonger, the Times will offer a Times Premier to content ... [FishbowlNY]

China Bloomberg Reporter Crosses Over to New York Times - Posted January 12, 2014
This is pretty interesting. Michael Forsythe, a Hong-Kong based reporter who exited Bloomberg News in November after a controversial suspension and some article spiking, has moved over to the other major U.S. publicat... [AllTwitter]

Tips: NYT Social Media Staff On What Worked (And Didn't) In 2013 - Posted January 8, 2014
Ever wish your website could garner the kind of social media engagement the New York Times enjoys? Well, honestly, without as many followers as @nytimes (more than 10 1/2 million as of today) and as many boots on the ground -- and fingers on the keyboard typing up tweets and stories... [10,000 Words]

Lessons From The New York Times' Social Media Desk [TWITTER TIPS] - Posted January 7, 2014
In a great piece published by the Nieman Journalism Lab, the team that runs the New York Times'... [AllTwitter]

NYT Nip Slip Photog Says It Was an 'Unplanned Moment' - Posted November 27, 2013
Yahoo columnist Virginia Hefferman tweeted that she likes the photo. Forbes columnist Clare O'Connor re-tweeted her agreement. What do you think of this morning's hot-button New York Times front page? ... [AllTwitter]

How To Be A Successful Writer - Posted September 18, 2013
Terry McMillan has had the kind of success most aspiring writers only dream of. After two semi-successful first novels, McMillan hit the jackpot with her 1992 classic Waiting to Exhale, whi... [MediaJobsDaily]

'Nudge Marketing' Most Effective Strategy to Push Produce Sales - Posted August 29, 2013
Nudge marketing is exactly what it sounds like: compelling consumers to behave in a desired manner by "nudging" them with a marketing message that straddles the delicate balance of not being too soft and subtle nor being too heavy handed and forceful. It turns out that the public doesn't mind being marketed... [FishbowlDC]

Can Vogue Make Google Glass Fashionable? - Posted August 19, 2013
Google Glass started appearing on models in runway shows nearly a year ago, so Google has known for some time that the "wearability" aspect of its newest product might prove...problematic. Several of the interviewees in the New York Times Bits blog's recent take on this fashion conundrum even used the word... [GalleyCat]

The ABCs of Using Simpler Language - Posted August 13, 2013
Celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten was no doubt pleased with the New York Times' two-star review of his la... [FishbowlDC]

What Does the Publicis/Omnicom Merger Mean? - Posted July 31, 2013
We've all heard enough about this weekend's Publicis/Omnicom merger to know that it's too big for our limited minds to even fathom, much less evaluate. So many questions followed: will it lead to mass layoffs or protracted battles over antitrust laws? Will it doom boutique agencies that ... [GalleyCat]

John McEnroe Holds Court on Past Playing Controversies and Time Broadcasting - Posted July 25, 2013
As a tennis champion renowned for disputing line calls, John McEnroe also draws a sharp line between his time playing and commentating. "I've been broadcasting now for 20 years and haven't used ... [GalleyCat]

John McEnroe Holds Court on Past Playing Controversies and Time Broadcasting - Posted July 25, 2013
As a tennis champion renowned for disputing line calls, John McEnroe also draws a sharp line between his time playing and commentating. "I've been broadcasting now for 20 years and haven't used ... [FishbowlDC]

'American Paper' NYT Reports On 'British Newspaper' Guardian's NSA Scoops - Posted June 10, 2013
On Sunday, when Guardian US revealed the identity of the infamous NSA leaker, apparently holed up in a hotel in Hong Kong, the NYT tweeted the news: "Former C.I.A. Worker Says He Is Source of Leak on U.S. Surveillance, Briti... [morningmedianewsfeed]

'American Paper' NYT Reports On 'British Newspaper' Guardian's NSA Scoops - Posted June 10, 2013
On Sunday, when Guardian US revealed the identity of the infamous NSA leaker, apparently holed up in a hotel in Hong Kong, the NYT tweeted the news: "Former C.I.A. Worker Says He Is Source of Leak on U.S. Surveillance, Briti... [FishbowlNY]

Was NYT in the wrong? - Posted June 7, 2013
Is the New York Times trying to pull a fast one? They published a withering editorial about privacy fears under the Obama administration online Thursday ahead of its ... [FishbowlDC]

'Architect's Newspaper' Calls Out Organization For Pushing Secondhand Fake News - Posted June 6, 2013
[caption id="attachment_65911" align="alignleft" width="356"] The rendering by Diller Scofidio & Renfro via The New York Times[/caption] The Municipal Art Society (MAS) invited the press to an event Wednesday morning in which they would be able to take a look at four renderings of the new Madison Squa... [FishbowlDC]

Anthony Weiner Promises to Keep It in His Pants This Time - Posted April 10, 2013
Oh my. Disgraced former Representative Anthony "I did not send pictures of my crotch to those women" Weiner has wormed his way into the headlines again this week with talk of a comeback, a return to the public spotlight or a "political rebranding", if you will. In case you forgot or... [FishbowlDC]

Times Haiku Proves News Can Be Poetry - Posted April 2, 2013
Did you know that April is National Poetry Month? The New York Times sure does, and the venerable publication is making the most of it with their newest blog, Times Haiku. The blog itself is actually... [10,000 Words]

Facebook Actually Does Help Deliver News - Posted March 18, 2013
Maybe Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's comparison of News Feed to a personalized newsp... [AllFacebook]

A Look Back at the 2012 TimesOpen Events - Posted March 14, 2013
Greg Bates of Programmable Web reports, "The Gray Lady is getting her code on. In Andre Behrens's New York Times blog, Open, billed as 'All the co... [semanticweb.com]

Facebook VP Talks Ads, News Feed, Graph Search, Algorithm At SMX West Conference - Posted March 12, 2013
At the SMX West 2013 conference in San Jose, Calif., Marketing Land Founding Editor Danny Sullivan ... [AllFacebook]

How to Embrace Digital Design Like NYT - Posted March 12, 2013
This morning, The New York Times announced a radical redesign of its website -- a slimmed-down and minimalistic experience that evokes the Times stunning and oft-repl... [10,000 Words]

New York Times Working on a Linked Data Search Engine - Posted March 6, 2013
Aaron Bradley of SEOSkeptic reports, "On Beet.TV, Andy Plesser recently featured a short but fascinating video of ... [semanticweb.com]

Why Premium Youtube and News Don't Mix - Posted March 5, 2013
On the surface, it's been a huge year for Youtube and its string of premium content providers. The website is becoming bigger, and has recently acquired startup Epoxy to help developers and distributors ge... [10,000 Words]

Facebook Addresses 'Pay To Play' News Feed Claims - Posted March 4, 2013
Several Facebook marketers have been angry with the site, feeling that posts have been hidden from fans as a way to get businesses to pay for advertisin... [AllFacebook]

Starbucks Customers Can Now Consume 15 Free New York Times Articles Each Day - Posted February 28, 2013
The New York Times is lowering the pay walls for coffee drinkers by partnering with popular coffee chain Starbucks. Users logged into the chain's wi-fi can get access to 15 free articles each day - a massive amount of words per cup in my opinion. It's not a complete free for all... [PRNewser]

Starbucks Customers Can Now Consume 15 Free New York Times Articles Each Day - Posted February 28, 2013
The New York Times is lowering the pay walls for coffee drinkers by partnering with popular coffee chain Starbucks. Users logged into the chain's wi-fi can get access to 15 free articles each day - a massive amount of words per cup in my opinion. It's not a complete free for all... [Inside Mobile Apps]

Highlights From New York Times' Science Graphics Editor Jonathan Corum's Keynote Address At Tapestry Conference - Posted February 27, 2013
[caption id="attachment_17399" align="alignright" width="300"] A breakdown of Tapestry Conference attendees, compiled by Ellie ... [10,000 Words]

NYT, Gannett And Others Join AP Suit Against Meltwater - Posted February 26, 2013
Several of the biggest names in the daily news business joined the AP in its fight against online news clipping service Meltwater News this week. The publishers coming to support AP by filing an amicus brief in its ongoing lawsuit include the New York Times Company, Advance Publications, Gannett, The McClatchy... [10,000 Words]

10 'Snowfall'-like Projects That Break Out Of Standard Article Templates - Posted February 22, 2013
"Snowfall" has become a verb in many newsrooms after The New York Times launched its beautiful multimedia project earlier this year. Though the format was touted as the future of online storytelling by some, The Times wasn't the first to pull of this type of format. If you're looking for inspiration... [10,000 Words]

Tech Company Hack Facts and Fictions - Posted February 19, 2013
Few facts and many assumptions, have emerged since Facebook revealed on Friday that it had been hacked. Sadly the facts are few: Both Facebook and Ap... [AllFacebook]

3 Important Takeaways from the NYT/Tesla Battle - Posted February 19, 2013
What could make venerated publication and hallowed critical voice the New York Times backpedal ungraciously and admit some shaky practices by their own staff writer? The electric car. Over the past week, the dust-up between electric car company Tesla and the Times r... [10,000 Words]

NYT Scribe's Bizarre Description of Politicians - Posted February 12, 2013
Frank Bruni used to be the food critic for NYT. Since he left that post, he's continued writing for the paper on a wide range of issues. Most recently, stinky congressional perfume. Bruni argues that with more and more celebs putting th... [morningmedianewsfeed]

NYT Scribe's Bizarre Description of Politicians - Posted February 12, 2013
Frank Bruni used to be the food critic for NYT. Since he left that post, he's continued writing for the paper on a wide range of issues. Most recently, stinky congressional perfume. Bruni argues that with more and more celebs putting th... [FishbowlNY]

Snowed In? Read, Watch NYT's Avalanche Multimedia Package - Posted December 26, 2012
On this holiday week, I'm out of town but still couldn't escape the blizzard conditions blanketing the Midwest and much of the rest of the country. So I'm settling in with a story and amazing piece of multimedia from the New York Times that I bookmarked last week. It's an absolutely... [10,000 Words]

Should NYTOnIt Be Forced to Change Its Logo? - Posted November 20, 2012
Claiming an infringement on its trademark rights, NYT had a parody Twitter account suspended this morning. NYTOnIt, known for mocking needlessly in-depth stories produced by NYT, was reactivated shortly after its creator ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Should NYTOnIt Be Forced to Change Its Logo? - Posted November 20, 2012
Claiming an infringement on its trademark rights, NYT had a parody Twitter account suspended this morning. NYTOnIt, known for mocking needlessly in-depth stories produced by NYT, was reactivated shortly after its creator ... [FishbowlNY]

In Defense of Himself: Daily Caller's Neil Munro - Posted November 16, 2012
On Thursday National Journal's George Condon ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

In Defense of Himself: Daily Caller's Neil Munro - Posted November 16, 2012
On Thursday National Journal's George Condon ... [FishbowlNY]

Fake Profiles Hurt Facebook's Credibility - Posted November 13, 2012
Over the past year, Facebook has been on a rampage against users who either don't exist or are using a fake name. ... [AllFacebook]

BBC Articles Have The Most Reach And Influence On Twitter [STUDY] - Posted October 17, 2012
A new study has been released that shows that BBC articles have the most longevity on Twitter. Learn the key to success on Twitter from Vice President of BBC Worldwide, Vincent Sider, the keynote speaker at ... [AllTwitter]

Most Popular FishbowlNY Stories for the Week - Posted September 14, 2012
Here's a look at what FishbowlNY stories made the most buzz this week. Horrible, Terrible, Bad Celtic Rajon Rondo Joins GQ as Intern, September 7 ... [FishbowlLA]

Bittman Issues Apology in Chik-Fil-A Dustup - Posted August 9, 2012
Mark Bittman, inspirational DIY food writer and noted non-vegan, issued a ... [FishbowlDC]

Why should developers work in the newsroom? NYT and ProPublica coders explain - Posted July 25, 2012
Newsrooms can be stressful places, full of strong personalities, short deadlines and an insatiable news hole. For reporters and editors, they're stressful for another reason: The on-going uncertainty of when the fun may end and their ride on the journalism merry-go-round will stop while they join the queue of f... [10,000 Words]

The Next Update For Facebook's IPhone App: Speed - Posted June 27, 2012
Apple's iOS 6 will come with more Facebook integration for the iPhone and iPad. Luckily for iPhone users, the next version of the ... [AllFacebook]

Users Angered Over Facebook Email Switch; Company Says Change Was Announced In April - Posted June 26, 2012
Yesterday, Facebook made a subtle switch to users' contact information: swapping out whatever email address they had listed in favor of a ... [AllFacebook]

Facebook Can Complicate Family Issues - Posted June 15, 2012
Family issues can sever ties between relatives, parents, and children, but what happens when family members who have grown apart ... [AllFacebook]

Dynamic Semantic Publishing for Beginners, Part 2 - Posted June 12, 2012
Even as semantic web concepts and tools are underpinning revolutionary changes in the way we discover and consume information, people with even a casual interest in the semantic web have difficulty understanding how and why this is happening. One of the most exciting application areas for... [semanticweb.com]

Dynamic Semantic Publishing for Beginners, Part 2 - Posted June 12, 2012
Even as semantic web concepts and tools are underpinning revolutionary changes in the way we discover and consume information, people with even a casual interest in the semantic web have difficulty understanding how and why this is happening. One of the most exciting application areas for semantic technologies is... [AllTwitter]

Revolving Door: Robin Roberts announces new health battle, Changes at 'The Cut' blog and MSNBC - Posted June 11, 2012
Robin Roberts announced on GMA this morning that she has a rare blood and bone marrow disease called MDS for which she is beginning treatment today. You can learn more about this disease ... [FishbowlDC]

David Carr: My First Big Break - Posted June 7, 2012
In the latest episode of mediabistroTV's "My First Big Break," New York Times columnist, and former editor of the Washington City Paper, David ... [FishbowlDC]

David Carr: My First Big Break - Posted June 7, 2012
In the latest episode of mediabistroTV's "My First Big Break," New York Times columnist, and journalist's journalist, David Carr remembers ... [FishbowlLA]

Revolving Door: SJP, Anna Wintour for Obama, Margaret Brennan to CBS, Narrative.ly - Posted June 4, 2012
Ma... [GalleyCat]

Expert Schema.org Panel Finalized for #SemTechBiz San Francisco Program - Posted May 21, 2012
Q: What do Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Yandex, the New York Times, and The Walt Disney Company have in common? A: schema.org On June 2, 2011, schema.org was launched with little fanfare, but it quickly received a lot of attention. Now, almost exactly one year later, we have assembled a ... [AllTwitter]

Expert Schema.org Panel Finalized for #SemTechBiz San Francisco Program - Posted May 21, 2012
Q: What do Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Yandex, the New York Times, and The Walt Disney Company have in common? A: schema.org On June 2, 2011, schema.org was launched with little fanfare, but it quickly received a lot of attention. Now, almost exactly one year later, we have assembled a ... [semanticweb.com]

'NYT's David Carr at Internet Week: 'Now It's A Better Age Between Journalists and PR' - Posted May 15, 2012
It was Page One on day two of Internet Week as visitors got an inside look from New York Times' top media reporters. Last year's Page One documentary profiled ... [FishbowlDC]

You Tell Us: What Are Social Media's Limitations In Your Newsroom? - Posted May 8, 2012
Much is made about how social media has changed newsrooms, and I'm one of those people who talks a lot about it. But for all of that talk, there comes a point where you need to decide what action to take, if any. Newsrooms today are bombarded with lists of best practice, how-to's... [10,000 Words]

Nick Fury, Furious Over Avengers Criticism, Takes To Twitter - Posted May 4, 2012
The Avengers movie is out and everyone is dying to see it, but New York Times film critic, A.O. Scott has a review that may surprise yo... [10,000 Words]

Nick Fury, Furious Over Avengers Criticism, Takes To Twitter - Posted May 4, 2012
The Avengers movie is out and everyone is dying to see it, but New York Times film critic, A.O. Scott has a review that may surprise yo... [AllTwitter]

Fun Finds From Around The Journosphere - Posted April 4, 2012
It's Wednesday, hump day. The week's half-over or half-begun, depending on how optimistic you're feeling today. Either way, it's probably about time you had a little lunch-time diversion. So today I present a feast of fun finds I've seen linked around the journosphere (and related areas) recently. Hopefully, you can find... [10,000 Words]

Smart Ad Sophistication Lacking in News Industry, To Its Peril - Posted March 22, 2012
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism State of the News Media 2012 report was just published, and among the findings is that efforts by most top news sites to monetize the web in their own right are still limited. Few news companies, it reports, "have made much progress... [semanticweb.com]

Survey of Financial Journalists Finds 'WSJ' Most Influential - Posted March 20, 2012
A survey of 350 financial journalists found that The Wall Street Journal was considered most influential for financial news. Bloomberg News, The New York Times, Reuters, and Financial Times round out the top five. The study was conducted by Gorkan... [FishbowlDC]

New York Times Cuts Free Article Access By Half - Posted March 20, 2012
The New York Times plans to cut the number of free articles non-subscribers can access each month by half, from 20 presently to just 10. The change takes effect in April. ... [10,000 Words]

Fighting the Distractions of Consuming News on Tablets - Posted March 13, 2012
An interesting article about e-books and our digital culture was on the front page of the New York Times the other day. "Finding Your Book Interrupted ... By the Tablet You Read It On," read the headline. The article detailed how people who read e-books are frequently distracted by the other apps... [10,000 Words]

Britain's Royal Party to Carry on This Summer - Posted March 3, 2012
Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding is a daunting act to follow, but Britain is giving it a go again this spring and summer. The country is celebrating Queen Elizabeth's reign during the ... [FishbowlDC]

Facebook's New Timeline For Brands Brings Key Changes To Page Management - Posted February 29, 2012
Facebook announced today that brand Pages are getting a mandatory design overhaul, which will go into permanent effect on March 30th. But fear not, community managers! You'll have a full month, starting today, to test the design in Facebook's preview mode. The new Pages sho... [10,000 Words]

Navy SEALs Using New Film To Encourage Recruitment - Posted February 22, 2012
In preparation for the debut of the new film Act of Valor, there hav... [FishbowlDC]

Navy SEALs Using New Film To Encourage Recruitment - Posted February 22, 2012
In preparation for the debut of the new film Act of Valor, there hav... [GalleyCat]

Chicago News Cooperative hyperlocal site suspends publication - Posted February 20, 2012
The hyperlocal Chicago News Cooperative site, which supplies Chicago-area content to the New York Times, announced today it will suspend publication. The non-profit site was founded in 2009. It will stop production to reassess the situation on Feb. 26. ... [10,000 Words]

Chicago Tribune Could Begin Charging For Content - Posted February 9, 2012
The Chicago Tribune will build a paywall around its online content and will consider a "creative way" of charging for access, according to Editor Gerould Kern. Details and a timeline were not available, but Kern said they're looking into it. "I think we will begin to charge in a selective way," he said... [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]

The Times Wants Your Personal Essays - Posted January 24, 2012
If the first 15 outlets weren't enough, here are the next batch of titles hungry for your honest stories, including the Gray Lady -- where everyone has an equal shot at this "human relationships" column. But don't rip out those diary pages just yet. Editors shared t... [10,000 Words]

Newspapers Continued to Cut Reporters in 2011 - Posted December 20, 2011
If you've been taking a lot of names off of your media lists over the past year, there's a good reason for that. More than 3,775 newspaper jobs were cut in 2011 according to the Paper Cuts blog, a figure that's 30 percent higher than 2010. About 40,000 newspaper jobs have... [FishbowlDC]

New York Times Rolls Out Commenting Improvements - Posted December 2, 2011
The New York Times on Wednesday rolled out a new commenting system that rewards its most trusted users. The Times, which moderates comments on the select stories that accept them, will now allow readers who consistently have their comments approved to post their comments without any type of moderation. The details, report... [10,000 Words]

Andy Rutledge's New York Times Design Vision Comes To Life As WooTheme WordPress Theme - Posted November 10, 2011
You may remember when designer Andy Rutledge challenged The New York Times to rethink its news des... [10,000 Words]

Semantic Web Jobs: The New York Times - Posted October 11, 2011
The New York Times Company is looking for a Web Developer in ... [semanticweb.com]

rNews 1.0 is an Official Standard! - Posted October 7, 2011
[UPDATE - November 9, 2011: the IPTC rNews version 1.0 documentation is now available.] [caption id="attachment_23768" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Evan Sandhaus, New York Times (seated) and Andreas Gebhard, Getty Images, present rNews."]... [AllTwitter]

rNews 1.0 is an Official Standard! - Posted October 7, 2011
[caption id="attachment_23768" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Evan Sandhaus, New York Times (seated) and Andreas Gebhard, Getty Images, present rNews."][/caption] Today, at a gathering of the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC),... [semanticweb.com]

Does Computer-Generated Journalism Pose A Threat To Journalists? - Posted September 13, 2011
Computer-generated articles seem to be catching on, according to an article in Sunday's New York Times. Well, computer-generated articles that merely convert agate like sports scores or economic data into simple stories. Narrative Science, an Evanston, Ill., company, seems to be perfecting the art of writing software that does just that. They've signed... [10,000 Words]

Beta620: It's Like Google Labs For The New York Times - Posted August 8, 2011
On Sunday evening, The New York Times released beta620, a website showcasing experimental projects that the paper is working on. It's a playground, in that development versions of the seven initial projects featured there are functional. Feedback and suggestions are being actively solicited from the public. Many of the projects on beta620... [10,000 Words]

Google+ Must Find Its Niche - Posted July 29, 2011
Traffic on the new social network Google+ is down 3 percent this month, which has some people spe... [FishbowlDC]

Fake New York Times Redesign Gets Torn To Pieces On Twitter - Posted July 26, 2011
Design professional Andy Rutledge may have bitten off more than he could chew by trying to address the "broken design" of news websites. In a blog pos... [10,000 Words]

A year in the life of the New York Times homepage - Posted July 19, 2011
News websites update dozens, if not hundreds, of times per day as news develops and breaks. Multiply those changes by a year, and you get a feel for how the news tide ebbs and flows. But unlike the front pages of the stacks of newspapers collecting dust in morgues, it's hard... [10,000 Words]

New York Times Journalists Take To Quora To Answer Questions - Posted July 19, 2011
A reporter, editor and columnist from The New York Times will take to Quora, starting today, to answer your questions. In one of the highest-profile partnerships yet for the nascent question and answer-based social network, Diana B. Henriques, Gretchen Morgenson and ... [10,000 Words]

Follow "The Times Is On It" For Some Seriously Obvious News - Posted July 13, 2011
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Shouting "Extra! Extra!" before you say something makes it seem more urgent! There's a new Twitter account in town, and it's chronicling the exploits of those "obvious" stories - you know, the ones that claim to cite a brand new, ground breaking study that tells... [AllTwitter]

'NY Times' Limits Pogue's PR Speaking Engagements - Posted July 6, 2011
New York Times tech columnist David Pogue has been banned from accepting certain speaking engagements with publicists that have been de... [FishbowlDC]

jPad: Initial Thoughts On Some News/Journalism iPad Apps - Posted May 31, 2011
Part two in an ongoing series. Click here for part one. Waiting for me on Thursday after I got home from work was my new iPad 2. I was quite excited - the (relatively long) wait was over and I could start exploring what all the hype over the revolutionary gadget was... [10,000 Words]

Optimizing News Websites for Google TV - Posted May 12, 2011
In late 2010, Google developed their new smart TV platform entitled Google TV. The service is built on the Android operating system, and functions as a set-top box to allow users to watch on-demand... [10,000 Words]

The Business of rNews - Where it Fits in the Future of News - Posted April 25, 2011
As a kid, I always wanted to be a reporter. Woodward and Bernstein were my heroes. I wanted to be the person you saw reporting live from some trouble spot in the world. So when Eric Franzon asked me to report live from the Semantic Web MeetUp on RNEWS that was held... [semanticweb.com]

The Business of rNews - Where it Fits in the Future of News - Posted April 25, 2011
As a kid, I always wanted to be a reporter. Woodward and Bernstein were my heroes. I wanted to be the person you saw reporting live from some trouble spot in the world. So when Eric Franzon asked me to report live from the Semantic Web MeetUp on RNEWS that was held... [AllTwitter]

rNews and 7 Ways to Use It Introduced at New York Times Hosted Meetup - Posted April 22, 2011
Last week, our own Jennifer Zaino reported on a new standard being adopted by the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC), called rNews (rNews 0.1, to be exact). Last night, at the New York Times Building in Manhattan, the ... [AllTwitter]

rNews and 7 Ways to Use It Introduced at New York Times Hosted Meetup - Posted April 22, 2011
Last week, our own Jennifer Zaino reported on a new standard being adopted by the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC), called rNews (rNews 0.1, to be exact). Last night, at the New York Times Building in Manhattan, the ... [semanticweb.com]

Extra, Extra: rNews Seeks To Be Semantic Standard For Online News Publishers - Posted April 15, 2011
News publishing outlets stand to benefit from adopting Semantic Web technologies, and now there's a lightweight way for them to begin moving in that direction, too. The International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) recently introduced ... [semanticweb.com]

Nate Silver: Eight Out of 260 News Organizations Account for More Than Half of All Original Reporting - Posted March 24, 2011
It's Nate Silver's turn to take on the value of the New York Times paywall today, which he does for his Times' blog ... [FishbowlLA]

'NYT' Working Out the Kinks In Its Paywall System - Posted March 24, 2011
Since the New York Times paywall was announced last week, both the newspaper and readers have been digging into the minutiae of what counts towards your subscription and what you get for free. Today and tomorrow, ... [FishbowlDC]

New York Times Asks Twitter to Take Down @FreeNYTimes and Other Paywall Sidesteppers - Posted March 23, 2011
Within hours of the New York Times announcing its impending paywall for online content, several Twitter accounts popped up that claimed to have found a loophole. And now the Times is fighting back, asking Twitter to take down these rogue accounts. ... [AllTwitter]

NYTimes Announces Paywall, Twitter Immediately Finds Ways Around It - Posted March 18, 2011
It's not the first newspaper to put up a paywall, but the New York Times is certainly getting a lot of flack on Twitter for its subscription plan announcement. They pushed out the news by buying a promoted trend yesterday, and Twitter jumped on it - to ... [AllTwitter]

New York Times' New Paywall Vs. WSJ, Newsday - Posted March 17, 2011
[caption id="attachment_2884" align="alignright" width="420" caption="NYT.com paywall coming to a browser near you."][/caption] Today, The New York Times announced details of its new paywall, which hits ... [10,000 Words]

Will the 'NY Times' Paywall Impact Your Media Strategy? - Posted March 17, 2011
In a letter from New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger, the news outlet introduced its highly-anticipated ... [FishbowlDC]

Improving Lives with Open Data - Posted March 15, 2011
A new article from the New York Times discusses the multitude of improvements that transparent data can have on our everyday lives: "Governments have learned a cheap new way to improve people's lives. Here is the basic recipe: T... [semanticweb.com]

The Semantic Web's Role in News and Social Media - Posted March 7, 2011
A new article highlighting interviews with Evan Sandhaus, the lead architect for semantic platforms at the New York Times, and Jeff Catlin, CEO of Lexalytics, takes a look at the e... [semanticweb.com]

Newspapers Bet You'll Pay for Ad-Free Content - Posted January 25, 2011
Ongo, a new subscription based news service backed by the Washington Post, Gannett, and the New York Times, is betting that users will pay $6.99 a month for ad free online news. Founder Al... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

Twitter Spreads the Word About New Journalistic Web Tool on New York Times - Posted December 1, 2010
Twitter is a fantastic tool for journalists, as an exchange earlier this week proved. The New York Times quietly unveiled a new way to hyperlink to content - that, incidentally, could prove to streamline journalistic standards on the web - and i... [AllTwitter]

New York Times To Launch Bestseller Lists For eBooks - Posted November 11, 2010
The New York Times is going to launch bestseller lists for eBooks in early 2011. Like other Times' bestseller lists, there will be a fiction and non-fiction list for eBooks. The timing makes sense, as eBook sales are up and Forrester predicts that eBook sales in ... [PRNewser]

New York Times To Launch Bestseller Lists For eBooks - Posted November 11, 2010
The New York Times is going to launch bestseller lists for eBooks in early 2011. Like other Times' bestseller lists, there will be a fiction and non-fiction list for eBooks. The timing makes sense, as eBook sales are up and Forrester predicts that eBook sales in ... [Inside Mobile Apps]

'NYT' Is Tops On Twitter By A Wide Margin - Posted October 22, 2010
Traditional media is all over the Twitter. But the New York Times (@nytimes), with 2,668,948 fans, tops the list of leading U.S. newspapers ranked by Twitter followers, according to ... [FishbowlDC]

Bartenders Start Tweeting While New York Times Magazine Finds its New Editor, Plus Other News of the Day - Posted September 30, 2010
- Well it's over, and it only seems like yesterday when we first began talking about the potential suitors for Newsweek. Actually, scratch that. Finally, the transition is over! The Washington Post Co. officially handed Sidney Harman the keys to Newsweek today. But the company did... [MediaJobsDaily]

Diller Likes AOL While National Journal's Latest Hire Talks Decline, Plus Other News of the Day - Posted September 29, 2010
- Well the Wall Street Journal is sure enjoying a recent jump in its advertising revenue, and it wants to make it clear that the New York Times isn't matching it. According to a company memo ... [MediaJobsDaily]

Outgoing Slate Writer: "People Rarely Leave" - Posted September 23, 2010
After eight years, Slate writer Daniel Gross has decided to try a new venture as a columnist for Yahoo Finance. But as he departed, he wrote quite the exit post. It's not odd in that h... [MediaJobsDaily]

Jason Whitlock Profiled In New York Times - Posted September 20, 2010
Never did I expect to see the day Jason Whitlock profiled in ... [TVNewser]

Jason Whitlock Profiled In New York Times - Posted September 20, 2010
Never did I expect to see the day Jason Whitlock profiled in ... [SportsNewser]

Publicists Sweat Over Fashion Week Front Rows - Posted September 8, 2010
Fashion Week starts tomorrow, but publicists have been poring over the seating charts for days already. The New York Times talks with a number of ... [FishbowlDC]

Campaign in Favor of Health Care Law Launches Today - Posted September 8, 2010
The first spot from the Health Information Campaign, a project dedicated to informing the public and other audiences about the benefits of the health care bill signed into law earlier this year, debuts today. The ad, available on YouTube and after the jump, is part of a $2 million campaign. Information... [FishbowlDC]

Building Brand Awareness with Virtual Goods - Posted September 7, 2010
With the economy still in a precarious state, it would seem crazy to pay money for nothing. But consumers, social gamers, and others are making the sales of virtual goods a robust business. Companies and social media sites are using virtual goods - whether sold or given away to users for... [FishbowlDC]

NYT: Democrat Campaign Websites Lack Clear Agenda - Posted September 7, 2010
New York Times columnist Nate Silver and his news assistant took a closer look at the campaign websites for both Democrats and Republicans in 33 Congressional districts and came to the... [FishbowlDC]

Ninety-Nine Percent of People Don't Want You to Know Where They Are - Posted September 3, 2010
A study by Forrester Research found that only one percent of Americans regularly use Foursquare or o... [FishbowlDC]

Botox Maker Settles Charges for $600 Million - Posted September 2, 2010
Allergan, the makers of Botox, have agreed to pay a $600 million settlement for charges that the company promoted t... [FishbowlDC]

NASCAR, BET Partner to Attract African-American Audience - Posted September 1, 2010
In addition to shaking up their communications organization in order to draw fans, NASCAR has partnered with Black Entertainment Television (BET)... [FishbowlDC]

The New York Times Lands Another Steroid Scoop: Roger Clemens to be Indicted - Posted August 19, 2010
Chalk up another big scoop for New York Times sports reporter Michael Schmidt. The 26-year old journalist, who was the subject of ... [TVNewser]

The New York Times Lands Another Steroid Scoop: Roger Clemens to be Indicted - Posted August 19, 2010
Chalk up another big scoop for New York Times sports reporter Michael Schmidt. The 26-year old journalist, who was the subject of ... [SportsNewser]

New York Times Looks to Cut from Blogs; WSJ Plans NY Edition - Posted December 2, 2009
As part of the newspaper's reduction of 100 newsroom jobs, The New York Times is examining its 70+ blogs and looking for verticals where they can do some "pruning." "If we find instances where a blog or a vertical is consuming considerable effort and expense with little reward, we're prepared to do... [FishbowlDC]

Times Prepping To Eliminate 100 Newsroom Positions - Posted October 19, 2009
FishbowlNY has the memo to the troops from New York Times executive Editor Bill Keller in which he explains that the co... [FishbowlDC]

KEYNOTE: Semantics at The New York Times - SemTech 2009 Video - Posted July 6, 2009
The first semantic search system for The New Times was released in 1913 and was available bound in either paper ($6) or cloth ($8). In the 96 years since the advent of The Historical Index to The New York Times, semantic technology has become central to The New York Times' daily... [semanticweb.com]

New York Times embraces Linked Data - ZDNet Blogs - Posted June 18, 2009
New York Times embraces Linked D... [semanticweb.com]

PR Firm Hires Director Of Social Media - Posted March 23, 2009
Did you ever think social media would become such a large entity in our lives that companies would start hiring employees just to oversee their representation on it? Well, that's just what's happening. Robin Leedy & Associates Public Relations just announced the hiring of Christian Brucculeri as their Director of Social... [MediaJobsDaily]

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