Archive for August, 2010

Syracuse students learn the importance of geolocation

What do you get when you unleash a horde of college journalism students on a city, armed with cameras and challenged to tell stories in just 60 seconds? A creative new approach to a multimedia boot camp, courtesy of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Incoming master’s students at Syracuse in print/online news, […]

Conference time: doesn’t get better than ONA, SXSW

You like journalism. You like technology. And you like meeting smart people. So let me recommend you find your way to Washington, DC in October for the Online News Association conference and Austin next March for the South by Southwest Interactive conference. The ONA conference usually sells out so get your ticket soon. If you […]

Jobs in journalism growing

Did you go to journalism school to become an online community manager? Probably not, but that is one of the hottest jobs on the market these days and you can’t launch a successful digital news business without it. The era of specialization is dead, but a new class of jobs and roles at new era […]