Month: April 2010

  • Doing some high fives!

    These two items, a plan by a Missouri Corrections Department worker to use a knoxnews video as part of a training program and the fact that the same video won the newspaper its first regional Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), have brightened the week! The video “Death on […]

  • Changing up the lineup for “Smart Phones for Smart Journalists”

    We’ve made one lineup change in our speakers for Friday’s “Smart Phones for Smart Journalists” workshop in Nashville at the Freedom Forum’s John Seigenthaler Center. Due to an unforeseen obligation, Rob King of ESPN is unable to attend, but Patrick Steigman has graciously agreed to speak in his place. Here is his bio: Stiegman is […]

  • Some data on database journalism

    I’m speaking to a journalism class at the University of Tennessee this morning about: Computer-Assisted Reporting Computational Journalism Open Government Data Advocacy efforts I thought I might pass along the link set I created around what I plan to talk about. This is designed as a sampler, not an exhaustive list, but I would appreciate […]