An overview of U.K. Newspapers that use digital editions
The Pew Internet & American Life Project reports that the vast majority of Americans still have no idea what those terms RSS and podcasting mean.
Five finalists are selected for the 2005 Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism.
Brian Lowry of Variety concludes that traditional media’s blog attempts “almost invariably reek of desperation.”
Danny Meadows-Klue on how CraigsList is savaging newspapers’ revenues.
Critical Mention Licenses Associated Press Video Clips Online TV search solution expands international content for business intelligence users NEW YORK, July 25 /PRNewswire/ — Critical Mention, Inc., the leading Web-based television news search and monitoring service, today announced a video-licensing agreement with AP Digital, a division of The Associated Press that provides news and information to interactive services. Critical Mention now offers AP video clips to corporate communications, business intelligence, news-monitoring professionals, and to approved Critical Mention distributors. Critical Mention will pay AP Digital a fee each time an AP news video clip is viewed on its platform, CriticalTV. “By […]
Work for our clients took precedence over posting here during the past month, creating a backlog of issues to blog. Now that I’ve got some free time again, I’m working on that backlog. One backlogged item involves The Newspaper of the Future, a three-page story published afront the business section of The New York Times on Sunday, June 26th. The story profiled the Lawrence Journal-World in Kansas, a newspaper company that also built its town’s CATV system 30 years ago, launched its own cable TV news operation on that ten years later, and nowadays has launched probably the most innovate […]