Archive for December, 2008
Posted on 13. Dec, 2008 by David Cohn.
This interview with Leonard Witt is relatively old. It was recorded at the NewsTools conference in April. I originally recorded this for my own blog at Spot.Us which is very related to Lenn’s Representative Journalism project. In full disclosure – we are now each on each others board of advisers.
Posted on 06. Dec, 2008 by David Cohn.
He writes: … I take my leave feeling sure about two things. First, that the challenge faced by McClatchy and its newsrooms is immense and fundamental. Navigating to success through the coming months will be painful, sometimes torturous work. Secondly, that the mission of public service journalism will emerge from this transformation in tact, and [...]
Posted on 04. Dec, 2008 by David Cohn.
I am such a HUGE fan of bringing barcamps to journalism. I’ve talked about this with Chris Messina and I’ve even (unsuccessfully) tried to spur the movement for this myself. But now it may be time. Jason Kristufek has proposed the following. I agree with my friend Tom, my CEO Chuck Peters and all those [...]