Archive for 'Where Are They Now?'
Posted on 27. Jan, 2009 by David Cohn.
Bill Mitchell has been at the Poynter Institute for ten years. As one of the premier institutions of traditional journalism I’m curious what the internal happenings are there. How does an organization that trains professional journalists handle on one hand the radical disintegration of the professionalized class and on the other hand embrace the larger […]
Posted on 05. Nov, 2008 by David Cohn.
Looking over attendees for the New Business Models for News Summit you might be confused as to why Tom Evslin was there. Many of the names you would recognize as professional life-long journalists or entrepreneurs. Tom, however, is not and has never been a journalist. But his sharp understanding of networks and networked economies is […]
Posted on 03. Nov, 2008 by David Cohn.
The New Business Models for News Summit is actually the second in a series of events. The first “Networked Journalism Summit” included Bill Densmore who is now working on his own project trying to tackle the revenue issue. (For those keeping track, that’s one video using Viddler, the other two using Vimeo and Blip. Have […]
Posted on 29. Oct, 2008 by David Cohn.
A Readout from the Revenue Group by Scott Meyer The august Revenue group came out feeling that there are opportunities, but no single solution to the revenue puzzle. Fred Wilson, moderator, led off by polling the group for potential new revenue models. We came up with quite a long list (see end of post). From […]
Posted on 28. Oct, 2008 by David Cohn.
From Ben Wagner on behalf of the Networking Group. If “the value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of endpoints,” then one task as digital journalists is to scale our networks — be they organically-grown, hyperlocal blogs or corporate-driven, international communities — as quickly and effectively as possible. In a […]
Posted on 27. Oct, 2008 by David Cohn.
From John Hassell – Star-Ledger, rapporteur for the News Efficiencies group. We were the fun group — the cost-cutters. Charged with finding new efficiencies for newsrooms, we struggled a bit to come up with a model that would produce useful lessons. Ultimately, we decided to focus on a market like Philadelphia or Dallas and, rather […]
Posted on 09. Jun, 2008 by David Cohn.
From David Mastio: Follow the state-level and congressional elections through the eyes of bloggers actually on the ground. “The idea is simple — you go to Google blog search or Technorati or Memeorandum and look for info on local or even statewide elections, you’re going to end up with posts from blogs halfway across the […]
Posted on 04. Jun, 2008 by David Cohn.
Continuing to keep a record of where people go post-Networked Journalism Summit, here’s an interview with the Sunlight Foundation’s Ellen Miller. You can see a past interview with Bill Allison here.
Posted on 05. May, 2008 by David Cohn.
Many of the attendees of the NewsTools conference at Yahoo were also part of the Networked Journalism Summit in New York. I tried to track a few of them down to find out what they are up to now and what’s next.