Archive for 'Audio'

News Innovators on the Frontline: Texas Watchdog

Posted on 17. Jul, 2009 by .


Two and half years ago, Trent Seibert, of Texas Watchdog, saw the potential for a local online investigative news outlet. Having worked in both journalism — at The Tennessean and The Denver Post — as well government accountability — at the Tennessee Center for Policy Research — Trent had all the right credentials. Fortunately, a […]

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News Innovators on the Frontline: MGoBlog

Posted on 07. Jul, 2009 by .


Brian Cook — a longtime University of Michigan sports fan — runs as a solo operation and brings in enough money to keep his blog up to speed with the likes of freshman quarterback Denard Robinson. Brian launched his site in December 2004 and has watched its audience grow to 100,000 unique visitors to […]

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Innovation: An interview with co-founder Charlie Sennott

Posted on 07. Nov, 2008 by .


Chris O’brien writes at the Next Newsroom Project…. Charlie Sennott, a former foreign correspondent for the Boston Globe, likes to say he had one of the last great rides in international reporting. He came up as a metro reporter, got sent overseas, and got to do international reporting for the paper he loved. But when […]

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Politics–if you listen, stories will bubble up

Posted on 10. Oct, 2007 by .


[audio:] Politics: Jane Hamsher of Firedoglake; Micah Sifry of Tech President; Mike Krempasky of Redstate. Moderator: Micah Sifry Jane Hamsher of Firedoglake: “What happened with the Libby trial is we had had so many readers interested in the case, stacks of court files, people saying conflicting things. We developed a group of people obsessed with […]

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