#jcarn: Measuring journalism

Note: This post is another installment for the Carnival of Journalism project, where people passionate about journalism are sharing ideas in the blogosphere about ways to preserve and improve the craft. This month’s prompt: What’s the best way — or ways — to measure journalism and how? The root of journalism is truth, and the time-tested […]

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Carnival of Journalism #fail: The glittering allure of Web video

Note: This post is another installment for the Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Carnival of Journalism project, where people passionate about journalism are sharing ideas in the blogosphere about ways to preserve and improve the craft. —– Fear comfort, not failure. Innovation theorists often talk about “failing fast” — taking risks and then quickly evaluating whether the […]

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Carnival of Journalism: Bringing change agents into newsrooms

Note: This post is another installment for the Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Carnival of Journalism project, where people passionate about journalism are sharing ideas in the blogosphere about ways to preserve and improve the craft. —– The newsrooms I visit don’t lack innovative ideas. They lack resources. As the cuts go deeper, fewer people are responsible […]

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Carnival of Journalism: Providing a forum for new voices

Note: This post is part of the Reynolds Journalism Institute’s Carnival of Journalism project, where people passionate about journalism are sharing ideas in the blogosphere about ways to preserve and improve the craft. What can we do to increase the number of news sources in our community? This question drives my fledgling community-journalism project, SGFNews.org. […]

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