Archive for November, 2007
Posted on 18. Nov, 2007 by David Cohn.
Received via email from Chris Lydom at Open Source Radio. “Dear Friend of Open Source: The summer is over, and so is our hiatus. The Open Source conversation is reborn at the Watson Institute at Brown University.
Posted on 16. Nov, 2007 by David Cohn.
A conference call took place between Jim Colgan and Howard Parnell from WNYC, Mackenzie Warren from News-Press, Jay Rosen and myself from NewAssignment.Net and Jeff Howe (almost all profiled in this section) took place earlier today. The seeds for this call began at the Networked Journalism Summit when Jim Colgan and Mackenzie Warren began talking […]
Posted on 11. Nov, 2007 by David Cohn.
At the Networked Journalism Summit Leonard Witt grabbed Lisa Williams for a quick discussion about an idea he has called Representative Journalism. Here’s his quick update. Back at Jeff Jarvis’s Networked Journalism Summit as I was networking with Lisa Williams of Placeblogger.com and telling her about Representative Journalism and about a grant I was writing […]
Posted on 08. Nov, 2007 by David Cohn.
OffTheBus.Net has shared content GroundReport and this week is doing a four day collaborative investigation with WNYC’s Brian Lehrer show. These working relationships are direct results of the Networked Journalism Summit. If you’ve started a working relationship with anybody from the NJS, let us know!
Posted on 01. Nov, 2007 by David Cohn.
NewAssignment.Net is Jay Rosen’s experiment to spur innovation in open platform journalism. I work for NewAssignment.Net as “director of distributed reporting.” Details about our next project can be found at this post on PressThink. We are still looking for a few news organizations to partner with us. If you are interested, contact Jay Rosen (his […]