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Tuesday, June 21 2011

The Story So Far: What We Know About the Business of Digital Journalism

— Bill Grueskin, Ava Seave, and Lucas Graves (Columbia Journalism Review, 10 May 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Friday, May 27 2011

Thursday, May 19 2011

The Dark Arts: The UK Phone-Hacking Scandal

— Sarah Ellison (Vanity Fair, June 2011)
Filed in: Celebrity Culture | Mass Media

Wednesday, May 11 2011

The Tragedy of Sarah Palin

— Joshua Green (The Atlantic, June 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Politics & Government

Friday, May 6 2011

Tina Brown Is Still Hungry for Buzz

— Peter Stevenson (The New York Times, 6 May 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Wednesday, May 4 2011

Tuesday, May 3 2011

What’s Left of the Left: Paul Krugman’s Lonely Crusade

— Benjamin Wallace-Wells (New York, 24 April 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Politics & Government

Thursday, April 21 2011

World’s Best Blogger?

— Jesse Kornbluth (Harvard Magazine, May 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Tuesday, April 5 2011

Save NPR! But Please, Put PBS Out of Its Misery

— Mark Oppenheimer (Slate, 5 April 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Politics & Government | Television

Wednesday, February 23 2011

National Public Radio Music Critics Have the Power of Persuasion
— Kathleen M. Silva and Francisco J. Silva (Media Psychology Review, 2010)
Filed in: Criticism | Mass Media | Music

Monday, February 7 2011

Is the Huffington Post Really Worth $315 Million?
— Emma Barnett (The Telegraph, 7 February 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Saturday, January 29 2011

Why Does Roger Ailes Hate America?
— Tom Junod (Esquire, 18 January 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Politics & Government

Tuesday, January 25 2011

Is Cable News Going to Get Sorkin-ized?
— James Poniewozik (Time, 24 January 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Television

Tuesday, December 7 2010

Wednesday, October 20 2010

The Demon Blogger of Fleet Street
— Michael Idov (New York, 26 September 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media
Search and Destroy: Nick Denton’s Blog Empire
— Ben McGrath (The New Yorker, 18 October 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Wednesday, September 8 2010

Newspaper’s Last Gasp?
— Conrad Black (The New Criterion, September 2010)
Filed in: Mass Media
Does Science Fiction Predict the Future of Journalism (audio)
— On the Media (WNYC, 13 August 2010)
Filed in: Literature | Mass Media
Investigative Shortfall
— Mary Walton (American Journalism Review, September 2010)
Filed in: Mass Media
Who’s a Journalist? Does That Matter?
— Dan Gillmor (Salon, 26 August 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Sunday, July 25 2010

The Rise of Private News
— Chrystia Freeland (Columbia Journalism Review, July 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Tuesday, June 29 2010

The Unbearable Whiteness of Cable
— Rachel Sklar (The Daily Beast, 24 June 2010)
Filed in: Mass Media | Television

Monday, June 28 2010

‘Rolling Stone’ Is Back on a Roll
— Jeremy W. Peters (The New York Times, 27 June 2010)
Filed in: Mass Media | Music

Monday, June 7 2010

NPR Has Become a Major Player on the Indie Rock Scene
— Paul Farhi (The Washington Post, 6 June 2010)
Filed in: Culture Industry | Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media | Music

Friday, May 28 2010

Wednesday, May 19 2010

How to Save the News
— James Fallows (The Atlantic, June 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Thursday, May 13 2010

Has the Internet Made the Magazine Obsolete?
— Navneet Alang (TECHi, 14 May 2010)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media
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