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A Monday link

November 2, 2009 by

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The future of news is entrepreneurial – Jeff Jarvis, BuzzMachine I’d add that it’s not just about journalists becoming entrepreneurs. An onus (and opportunity) is also there for people in digital who understand how editorial, technology and online marketing can be combined to generate viable business models. As Peter Kirwan has written, it’s the “time […]

I’m not going home

July 16, 2009 by

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Rory Brown has written a great post here entitled “so, should we all give up and go home?” which is well worth a read for people in UK media and publishing. Too much negativity is certainly heaped on to the state of traditional media – rather than looking forward. There is so much opportunity now […]

The opportunity in UK media: innovation and the next generation

June 30, 2009 by

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It’s way overdue (the print media downturn started years ago) but pleas for innovation, and new models, in UK media seem to be growing at the moment. It follows two articles which grabbed my eye today; The news business is in crisis: ‘There is pressing need for information and innovation’ on Journalism.co.uk and The Time […]

Some links

June 24, 2009 by

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LinkedIn turns industry white papers into ads – Techcrunch Now is most exciting time to become journalist, says Jon Snow – Journalism.co.uk

Join a network: the future and opportunity for online journalists?

June 4, 2009 by

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Good example from Simon Owens’ blog which features the work Rick Waghorn is doing with Myfootballwriter.com to create his own network and recruit football reporters. Rather than journalists being tied to one publishing house, will we see more writing for companies which follow the network model like Glam Media and Myfootballwriter.com? Related articles by Zemanta […]