‘Wikipedia’s biggest scandal: Industrial-scale blackmail’? And if so, how to respond?

By David Rothman
September 4, 2015 // 4 Comments

Chris and Motherboard have already told of a paid editing scandal at Wikipedia. Well, the bad publicity just won’t stop. The quoted headline comes from The Register, and it’s based on a story in The Independent: “Hundreds of small British businesses and minor celebrities have been targeted by [...]

‘Why do I keep seeing journalists take notes on paper?’ Question for book writers, too?

By David Rothman
June 5, 2015 // 8 Comments

“I was at a lunch briefing today, and of about 10 people around the table—some Visa executives, some PR minders, most journalists—I was the only person taking notes in an app instead of on paper.”  – Former Washington Post tech columnist  Rob Pegoraro, in his blog on [...]

Morning Roundup — Stories you may have missed

By libertyc
November 13, 2012 // 0 Comments

15 Must-Have Collaboration Tools for Journalists (Media Shift) 3M Expands Collaboration with Penguin (Good E-Reader) The Kind of Journalism we Need is Changing but Can Journalists Make the Transition? (GigaOM) Digital Textbook Study Shows Interactive Features Were Used More than Embedded Videos [...]

Check out “A journalist’s guide to eBook publishing” from Online Journalism Review

By Chris Walters
July 30, 2011 // 0 Comments

Over the past couple of weeks, Robert Niles at OJR has posted a series of guides to help journalists self-publish their content in ebook form. He starts with suggestions on how to choose good content for epublishing, then moves into technical issues like formatting and listing content with [...]

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