Archive for 'New News Organization'
Posted on 20. Sep, 2010 by Peter Hauck.
The City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism announced today it will establish the nation’s most intensive program in entrepreneurial journalism with the creation of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism and the nation’s first Master of Arts degree in Entrepreneurial Journalism. The $10 million Tow-Knight Center will receive $3 million in funding […]
Posted on 16. Mar, 2010 by Peter Hauck.
Over the last few months we have presented our New Business Models For News at a number of workshops and meetings. And we’ve received a lot of valuable feedback that has helped us further refine our models. Although these genericized models are supported by extensive, well-documented research, they are but one possible view of the […]
Posted on 23. Nov, 2009 by Peter Hauck.
At the New Business Models for (Local) News Conference on November 11, Jennifer McFadden (business analyst for the Knight Foundation-funded CUNY Project) and Jeff Mignon and Nancy Wang of Mignon Media present business models for hyperlocal sites and a new metro news organization. CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Professor Jeff Jarvis, business analyst Jennifer McFadden, […]
Posted on 20. Nov, 2009 by Peter Hauck.
Videos from the New Business Models for (Local) News Conference and HyperCamp will be posted over the next week. Here, Jeff Jarvis presents an overview of a new ecosystem of news. The presentation: (Hat tip to Prezi for their great new tools.)
Posted on 19. Nov, 2009 by Jeff Jarvis.
Tweet: How bankruptcy can help a newspaper get theah from heah. Don’t squander it. ** I fear that Tribune Company – and other newspaper companies – will come out of bankruptcy having squandered the opportunity it presents to rebuild from the ground up. At the New Business Models for (Local) News Summit at CUNY last […]
Posted on 19. Nov, 2009 by Matthew Sollars.
At the end of our New Business Models for (Local) News Conference last week we asked a question we’ve been asking since our first go-round three years ago: What’s next? What do we, as practitioners of journalism, need to do to help sustain journalism in this new age? It seems there is still a simple […]
Posted on 11. Nov, 2009 by Matthew Sollars.
Our third annual summit on the future of news is getting started. Today it’s all about local. We’ll be tweeting all day, too. Hit us up with questions and comments, the hashtag is #newbiz. Conference details and schedule are here. UPDATE: For those of you who are wondering, here is a link to the models […]
Posted on 04. Nov, 2009 by Peter Hauck.
We’ve added some excellent speakers to the upcoming New Business Models for (Local) News Conference and HyperCamp, scheduled for November 11 at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Take a look at the updated lineup.
Posted on 28. Oct, 2009 by Peter Hauck.
We’re looking forward to the New Business Models for (Local) News HyperCamp, scheduled for Wednesday, November 11th. The conference schedule is now available here and as a google doc. The day-long event will be held at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism — 219 West 40th Street, 3rd Floor, NYC. Coffee and registration begin at […]
Posted on 30. Sep, 2009 by Matthew Sollars.
The debate over paid models has grown heated in recent months as publishers cast about for new revenues to replace declining advertising dollars. But, although asking readers to pay for the news seems to have gained favor of late, publishers are still divided on whether charging for online content is the best approach. Indeed, just […]