Month: November 2013

  • Students reinventing journalism at MTSU

    I’m interested to see what the “Bragg Innovative News Network” looks like when it launches Monday. The network was announced by Middle Tennessee State University earlier this week. BINN, as it’s being called, is a concept developed by nine MTSU students who aim to “knock down the traditional foundations of a journalism education” with cross-platform […]

  • Paywalls aren’t just for newspapers

    Nice piece by NetNewsCheck on the plan by Cincinnati television station WCPO, owned by E.W. Scripps, to launch a paid-content model in January. “This is a very aggressive experiment, and I guess I’d be pleased if they’re scratching their heads because that means that they’re not going to compete with us in the short term,” […]

  • Media groups protest lack of photo and video access to Obama

    ASNE, APME and a host of other organizations protested Thursday the lack of access to photograph and video President Barack Obama performing official duties. We wrote about this issue on Oct. 30, 2013.. November 21, 2013 Dear Members of the American Society of News Editors and the Associated Press Media Editors: For decades, American news […]