Posted on 21 April 2010.
Recent technological developments, particularly with regard to internet technology, have dramatically increased access to information and facilitated the proliferation of information sources. The need to instantly access this information and to allow the spread of digital information on the internet has eroded the capacity of professional journalists to create and disseminate news. A significant reason [...]
Posted on 30 March 2010.
By Judith Snyderman Two military journalists behind an ambitious NATO International Security Assistance Force project to traverse Afghanistan in one month and file daily reports in words, photos and video recapped their experiences in a March 25 “DoD Live” bloggers roundtable. The Web-based project, titled “30 Days Through Afghanistan,” concluded, March 15. It was the [...]
Posted on 19 March 2010.
To the list of the enemies threatening the security of the United States, the Pentagon has added WikiLeaks.org, a tiny online source of information and documents that governments and corporations around the world would prefer to keep secret. The Pentagon assessed the danger WikiLeaks.org posed to the Army in a report marked “unauthorized disclosure subject [...]
Posted on 08 March 2010.
How Will The End Of Print Journalism Affect Old Loons Who Hoard Newspapers?
Posted on 02 March 2010.
The Past Imperfect of ChicagoNow Posted by Mike Doyle on 3/01/10. You can’t run a 21st-century blog network at the speed of a 19th-century newspaper. I wish someone would tell the Chicago Tribune. Yesterday, when I ended my ten-month run as the scribe of the Chicagosphere online-media blog for the paper’s ChicagoNow content network, I [...]