REFLECTIONS OF A NEWSOSAUR MUSINGS (AND OCCASIONAL URGENT WARNINGS) OF A VETERAN MEDIA EXECUTIVE, WHO FEARS OUR NEWS-GATHERING COMPANIES ARE STUMBLING TO EXTINCTION By Alan D. Mutter, June 5, 2013 More often than you would think, an editor or publisher will contact me to ask, “What should my digital strategy be?” The inquiry is alarming on a […]
DDC Advocacy is looking for a talented and passionate Digital Media Manager to join our Advocacy Services team. This person will be responsible for managing a team of associates monitoring, tracking, and analyzing large quantities of online, digital, and traditional media coverage for multiple clients.
By Joshua Benton, Nieman Journalism Lab Sept. 20, 2012 Today at the Online News Association’s annual conference in San Francisco, the Knight Foundation will present its newest class of Knight News Challenge winners. This cycle — the second of three this year under Knight’s new harder-better-faster-stronger contest régime — was focused on data, and the six winners are unusually tool-heavy — […]
Join KDMC for our Multimedia Storytelling Institute. This two-week program, led by UC Berkeley staff with presentations from award-winning faculty and industry leaders will give you the skills to distinguish you as an expert in digital media. When: June 18–29, 2012 Where: Knight Digital Media Center at University of California Berkeley Why: You’ll Learn Lots — Technique, […]
Editor’s note: I strongly recommend that you apply for this Multimedia Storytelling Institute workshop at the Knight Digital Media Center, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. My experience at a KDMC workshop for journalists interested in multimedia storytelling was amazing. I know Voice Coach Marilyn Pittman and the others leading the workshop. They’re superstars. You won’t […]
Editor’s note: Joe Swickard wrote the story and Eric Seals created the stunning video for this Detroit Free Press package on the first African-American Marines. It’s a great example of how video enhances a news story. It also demonstrates the reason we as displaced journalists need to develop digital media skills. On Oct. 25 the […]
Editor’s note: The Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Fla., is taking applications for its August workshop in entrepreneurial journalism. I attended this workshop last July. I learned a great deal about starting my own business and how to make the most of my skills and ideas in the digital news and information marketplace. I reworked […]
Displaced Journalists: Apply by April 15 at 11:59 PDT to receive a multimedia editing fellowship from the Maynard Institute at the Reynolds School of Journalism, University of Nevado-Reno.
News Certified Exchange (NCE) offers journalists a certified, highly vetted multimedia database of sources they can trust, sources they can turn to to provide fresh viewpoints and better coverage.
By Jules Older When you’re out of work, or, put more genteelly, underemployed, what do you do with your newfound leisure time? By ‘leisure time,’ I mean time nobody’s paying you to use. Everybody’s different in needs, time, mortgages and inclination, but I know what’s working for me. In hopes that some of it will work for […]keep looking »