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Quartz258,451Join Quartz technology, science & health editor +Christopher Mims, +Re/code co-executive editor +Kara Swisher, and @117720626238470886461 technology columnist @116205349749133086640 for a live video discussion on how 2014 could be the most interesting year in technology in a long time, this Wednesday January 8 at 1pm ET. The event will be hosted by Quartz editor-in-chief +Kevin Delaney. Christopher's series on why 2014 could be the most interesting year in technology: http://qz.com/163583 You can submit questions on Google+, Twitter with the hashtag #techin2014, on our Facebook page, or through annotations on this article. Why 2014 could be the most interesting year in technology 2014-01-08 19:00:18110  
MediaShift588,528As traditional sources of funding for media become harder to come by, many digital media purveyors are turning to a new source: crowdfunding. The fundraising method has gained traction in a diverse cross-section of the industry, from musical productions to news magazines. Using websites such as Indiegogo and Kickstarter, some media initiatives are far surpassing their fundraising goals on those platforms. Is crowdfunding a viable option for media projects to rely upon to meet their financial needs? This week, we’ll chat with guests who have used crowdfunding to kickstart their own projects, as well as Indiegogo CEO Slava Rubin. We’ll also have Ernst-Jan Pfauth of the news magazine De Correspondent; Todd Ruppert, co-producer of the upcoming musical “Happy Days”; and Zak Piper, co-producer of the documentary “Life Itself.”  They’ll be joined by roundtable regulars Andrew Lih of American University and Monica Guzman of GeekWire and Seattle Times, with PBS MediaShift’s Mark Glaser hosting.Mediatwits #104: Special: Crowdfunding the News, Musicals, Documentaries and More2013-12-06 19:30:0011  
MediaShift588,528From Hearst to Warner Bros., many media giants are opening their doors to start-ups, creating incubators within their companies to develop media startups, or starting venture arms to invest in them. Many of these start-ups focus on content and advertising for digital environments. The relationship is symbiotic: while start-ups receive funding and a platform, traditional media companies gain an infusion of new ideas. This week, we’re joined by Joe Anto of Digital First Ventures -- a venture capital firm housed inside of Media News Group and 21st Century Media -- Johnny Ryan of The Irish Times’ Fusion incubator, and David Austin of Turner/WB’s incubator, MediaCamp. We’ll also be joined by our roundtable regulars American University’s +Andrew Lih and +Monica Guzman from the Seattle Times and GeekWire. As usual, PBS MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser will host.Mediatwits #103: When Traditional Media Companies Incubate, Invest in Startups2013-11-22 19:30:0012  
MediaShift588,528Though Twitter has never turned a profit in its seven years of existence, its public debut on Thursday valued the company at a whopping $31 billion dollars. Twitter’s inaugural day on the New York Stock Exchange was met with much fanfare after a week of raising its share price, reflecting high demand for the social media’s stock. Though the trading price was set at $26 per share Wednesday night, the shares began trading for $45.10 -- 73 percent higher than its initial asking price. But will the high last? We’re joined by media strategist Sarah Evans and Reuters’ Felix Salmon to discuss the initial public offering. In addition, we’ll talk about eBay founder Pierre Omidyar’s new brainchild: a digital media outlet that has already attracted the talent of the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald and Dan Froomkin, formerly of the Washington Post, among others. We’ll chat about the typical challenges and decisions that a digital media outlet faces as it emerges. We’re also joined by regular guests Monica Guzman of the Seattle Times and Geekwire, American University’s Andrew Lih, and our host, MediaShift’s Mark Glaser.Mediatwits #101: Twitter goes to Wall Street; Omidyar and Greenwald's New Project2013-11-08 19:30:006  
MediaShift588,528As digital platforms become more complex, journalists no longer simply ask themselves how best to portray a story with words and pictures. The digital medium provides unique and dynamic opportunities for stories and data to come to life. Data visualization -- graphs, animations, interactives, and more -- is increasingly becoming one more tool in a journalist’s storytelling kit. This week, we’ll be joined by Len de Groot, the new director of data visualization at the Los Angeles Times, to discuss how media outlets are pushing the limits of visual storytelling. We’ll also take a more philosophical turn on this episode and discuss the tricky issue of defining a journalist, especially in the context of penning shield laws that protect journalists from identifying their sources. To make sense of that debate, we’ll be joined by MediaShift contributors Jonathan Peters and Josh Stearns. We’ll also be joined by our regular panelist Andrew Lih of American University, new media consultant Sarah Evans, and our host Mark Glaser of MediaShift. Mediatwits #100: Data Visualizations at LA Times; Defining a Journalist or Acts of Journalism?2013-11-01 18:30:0011  
MediaShift588,528+BuzzFeed is looking to expand beyond its reputation for cat pictures and rapid-fire, socially viral lists. This Monday, the site announced the creation of its own investigative reporting unit under the supervision of Mark Schoofs. Schoofs is most recently a senior editor at +ProPublica, a renowned non-profit investigative journalism organization. And BuzzFeed isn’t the only digital native site that’s embracing investigative reporting; this week, +The Huffington Post published a penetrating report on a network of juvenile detention centers riddled with abuse and mismanagement. For this episode of Mediatwits, we’re joined by BuzzFeed’s Mark Schoofs, as well as +Chris Kirkham, the reporter behind the Huffington Post report. We’ll also be joined by Erle Norton, the new executive producer of ABC News Digital, to discuss how broadcast media are evolving in the increasingly digital news ecosystem, as well as ABC’s partnership with +Yahoo News. Mediatwits roundtable regular and two-time host +Andrew Lih of American University will chime in as well, and +Mark Glaser is back from paternity leave to host.Mediatwits #99: New ABC News Digital Chief; Listicles Leading to… Investigative Reporting?2013-10-25 19:30:007  
MediaShift588,528This week, streaming video giant Netflix became the first non-TV network to win an award at this year’s Emmys with its slate of original programming headlined by “House of Cards.” But after receiving 14 nominations, the final count of three statuettes in Netflix’s collection underwhelmed many Emmys watchers. And streaming service has some serious headwinds, according to some accounts, as traditional cable looks for ways to strike back. Pay-TV companies such as Comcast are beginning to engage in a tug-of-war with Netflix for the binge-inclined viewer, with a possible Comcast-Fox deal in the works. Meanwhile, Amazon’s new line of Kindles will include offline viewing capabilities -- a feature that promises to differentiate Amazon from streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu that require sound Internet connections. For this episode of the Mediatwits, we’re joined by +Peter Kafka of AllThingsD and Dan Rayburn of StreamingMedia.com. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser will host, along with regulars +Andrew Lih of American University and +Monica Guzman of Geek Wire and Seattle Times.Mediatwits #96: Netflix Wins Emmy Awards, Faces Threats from Amazon, Fox-Comcast2013-09-27 19:30:006  
MediaShift588,528In the digital age, speed is key. So when an event is unfolding – say, the crowning of the new Miss America, or a mass shooting in the capital – online communities respond almost instantaneously. The media is never too far behind, often feeding off social media. This past Sunday, the Miss America Pageant crowned Nina Davuluri, its first winner of Indian descent. And while some corners of the Internet cheered, other netizens let loose a torrent of racist tweets, which were featured in a BuzzFeed post. The following day, Twitter and media outlets responded to the Washington Navy Yard shooting by disseminating a picture that turned out to be unrelated to the day’s violence. Where should media outlets draw the line when publishing material from social media and anonymous comments? For this episode, our special guests include BuzzFeed’s +Ryan Broderick Reddit general manager +Erik Martin and +Kelly McBride of Poynter. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser will host, along with regulars +Monica Guzman  of Geekwire and Seattle Times, +Andrew Lih of American University and +Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian.Mediatwits #95: Hate Speech and Miss America: Where Do Publishers Draw the Line?2013-09-20 19:30:009  
MediaShift588,528This was not a stellar week for the tech media world. The Riptide project was an in-depth look by news pioneers at early efforts by traditional media to adapt to the rising tide of disruption -- and how they failed. The trio of researchers interviewed 61 people, many key players in the early days of the web, including Google’s Eric Schmidt, AOL’s Steve Case and Twitter’s Dick Costolo. But the project was vilified for including 54 interviews of white men, with few people of color or female voices. It wasn’t the only slight for women in tech: Business Insider CTO Pax Dickinson was fired for a stream of offensive tweets, while the TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon produced two inappropriate presentations, including for an app called TitStare. For this show, our special guests include two of Riptide’s authors, Paul Sagan of Akamai and John Huey, formerly of Time Inc., as well as +Andrea Peterson tech policy blogger for the Washington Post’s The Switch. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser will host, along with regulars +Monica Guzman of Geekwire and Seattle Times, +Andrew Lih of American University and +Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian.Mediatwits #94: Riptide Project Looks at Legacy Mishaps; Ugly Sexism at Disrupt, Business Insider2013-09-13 19:30:0018  
MediaShift588,528Maybe you’ve always had an idea for a book but were too daunted by the traditional gatekeepers of agents and publishers. Well now you can dust off the manuscript and get read to publish, because the growth of self-publishing services and social media makes it easier than ever to self-publish your book. But whether you self-publish or have a traditional book publisher, you’ll need to do more marketing, more outreach, more organizing -- more of everything! Authors are really becoming entrepreneurs, needing to understand the business of book publishing more than ever (even if they never thought they’d need to know this). This week’s Mediatwits talks to successful self-published authors as part of our “Authors as Entrepreneurs” special, including self-published author, expert and MediaShift contributor +Carla King and successful self-published authors +Darcie Chan and +Hugh Howey. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along with +Monica Guzman from the Seattle Times and GeekWire and +Andrew Lih  from American University.Mediatwits #93: How Authors Are Becoming Entrepreneurs (Like It or Not)2013-09-06 19:30:0012  
MediaShift588,528How can journalists fight the war on journalism, both in the U.S. and abroad? As governments hunt down whistleblowers, leakers and journalists alike, many reporters are worried they now work in a world that criminalizes their profession, calling this a “DEFCON 2 journalism event.” Most recently, Chelsea (formerly known as Bradley) Manning, the source of the Wikileaks disclosures three years ago was sentenced to 35 years in prison, and David Miranda was detained in Heathrow airport for nine hours while helping his partner, the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald, obtain documents related to NSA spying. How worried should journalists be when reporting on political, international affairs or national security? What is the difference between leakers and journalists? How should journalists balance national security and the sanctity of the First Amendment? How should journalists work in the surveillance state and continue to report? This week’s Mediatwits will feature Tow Center director and former Guardian editor +emily bell, NYU J-school professor and PressThink blogger +Jay Rosen and Free Press’ +Josh Stearns. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser  hosts, along with +Ana Marie Cox  from The Guardian, +Monica Guzman from the Seattle Times and GeekWire and +Andrew Lih from American University.Mediatwits #92: Journalism, Free Speech Under Attack in the Surveillance State2013-08-30 19:30:007  
MediaShift588,528Digital disruption has changed the landscape of the media world, and journalism and communication schools need to figure out how to educate in a time of vast change. The schools themselves need to change too, or risk falling behind. As part of this week’s special “Back to J-School 2013,” in-depth report at MediaShift, this episode of the Mediatwits will talk to students and professors alike on the value of a journalism education, the future of education innovation and more. Special guests this week are +Howard Finberg creator of NewsU at the Poynter Institute; +Eva Avenue  former editor-in-chief of the Daily Lobo at the University of New Mexico; and San Diego State University professor and Knight Center MOOC coordinator Amy Schmitz Weiss. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along with +Andrew Lih from American University.Mediatwits #91: Back to J-School: Degree Needed?; MOOCs, Online Learning, Digital Skills2013-08-23 19:30:0014  
MediaShift588,528It’s a scary but exciting world for newspaper owners right now, especially if you’re in a selling mood. Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon, bought the Washington Post last week (while our podcast was on vacation — great timing!), and Red Sox owner John Henry bought the Boston Globe before that. As newspapers continue to struggle to raise advertising or subscription revenue, will the journalism industry be aided or hindered when it’s owned by billionaires? Special guests Nick Wingfield from the New York Times and Jack Shafer from Reuters join this week’s episode of the Mediatwits. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along with Mónica Guzmán from the Seattle Times and GeekWire, Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian and Andrew Lih from American University.Mediatwits #90: When Billionaires Buy Newspapers2013-08-16 19:30:0017  
MediaShift588,528Google Glass could have a transformative effect on journalism. But it’s important to examine the shortfalls as well as all the great new advancements, both real and prophesied. Special guests +Tim Pool of Vice, +Robert Scoble of Rackspace, +Sarah Hill of Veterans United, +Jeff Jarvis of CUNY and +Robert Hernandez of USC will join our roundtable. They are all early adopters of Google Glass as well as social media and journalism experts, and will talk about their experiences with the device and what they see as its strengths and weaknesses for the future of journalism. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along with +Ana Marie Cox  from the Guardian and +Andrew Lih of American University. Mediatwits #89: Google Glass: Revolutionizing News or Public Annoyance?2013-08-02 19:30:0021  
MediaShift588,528When a blogger or journalist furthers their personal brand within a newsroom, who benefits? The New York Times Nate Silver is moving his FiveThirtyEight empire to ESPN, the Washington Post is launching a tech policy blog, and the Times quietly killed its Media Decoder blog (which had no guiding personality). Which blogs work for which newsroom? How important is the blog chief’s notoriety to the blog’s success? The Daily Dish's +Andrew Sullivan, social media guru +sree sreenivasan of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Tim Lee of the Washington Post will join us for a discussion of big-name blogging’s place in media organizations. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along +Andrew Lih from American University and former paidContent editor Staci Kramer.Mediatwits #88: Blog Franchises: Nate Silver at ESPN; Timothy Lee at Washington Post2013-07-26 19:30:0013  
MediaShift588,528Like most media, the future of television is online. This edition of the Mediatwits, we’ll talk about the prospects for tech upstarts Apple, Google, Intel and Sony, who are trying to push their way into the lucrative TV and entertainment business. Apple is aiming to work with incumbent cable companies, while Google is working against them. Meanwhile, Netflix’s original content has planted it on the same Emmy stage as major television networks and cable channels, winning 14 Emmy Award nominations. Plus, the winner of the bidding for buying Hulu was... Hulu? Hulu didn’t sell itself in the end, probably because it’s worth more than even the generous offers. Special guests +Tracy Swedlow from the TV of Tomorrow and +Brian Stelter of the NY Times will parse out the future of online TV viewing and the role of Silicon Valley in Hollywood. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along with +Monica Guzman from the Seattle Times and GeekWire, and +Andrew Lih  from American University.Mediatwits #87: TV Special: Apple, Google Are Coming; Netflix at the Emmys; Hulu Unsold2013-07-19 19:30:0028  
MediaShift588,528When news happens, where do you turn first? A recent Gallup poll says most people still turn to TV, but if you followed the recent airplane crash at SFO or the military coup in Egypt, you know the action was on social media. We’ll discuss the role that social media plays in breaking news, how journalists are using social media, and what they can do better with special guests Vadim Lavrusik of Facebook and Yumi Wilson of LinkedIn. Next, we’ll talk about the rise of The Guardian, a British newspaper that has pushed hard online into the U.S., and how its recent scoops with Edward Snowden over the NSA snooping have brought it head-to-head with NYTimes.com. MediaShift’s Mark Glaser hosts, along with Andrew Lih from American University and former paidContent editor Staci Kramer.Mediatwits #86: Social Media vs. CNN in Breaking News; Rise of The Guardian2013-07-12 19:30:005  
MediaShift588,528This week’s episode focuses on the role of live coverage in the media ecosystem. When does it work? When does it not? How do you balance speed and accuracy? How does it pull in readers? We’ll talk to some of the leading minds in breaking news journalism and how their live coverage has meant big bucks. First up, Texas Tribune’s +Rodney Gibbs talks about live coverage of Wendy Davis’s state senate filibuster. Then, we’ll talk to Vox Media CEO +Jim Bankoff about the popularity of live-blogging on Vox sites. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, along with +Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian, +Monica Guzman from the Seattle Times and GeekWire, and  +Andrew Lih  from American University.Mediatwits #85: Live Events Special: Texas Tribune on Senate Filibuster; Vox Media on Live-Blogging2013-06-28 19:30:0012  
MediaShift588,528Do you love photo and video sharing? Then this episode is for you. First, Facebook announced that popular photo sharing and filtering service Instagram will add video to compete with the popularity of Vine, owned by Twitter. Meanwhile, a photographer has sued BuzzFeed for just that kind of sharing, claiming $3.6 million in damages for using his photo of a soccer player -- and enabling sharing on other sites. We’ll talk to copyright lawyer +Richard Stim of Nolo on the validity of the case and the role of copyright in digital journalism. Then, we’ll talk to Northwestern University in Qatar’s Dean Everette Dennis about his new study on media use in the Middle East, and the growing use of mobile phones for news there. MediaShift’s +Mark Glaser hosts, with regulars +Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian,  +Monica Guzman  from the Seattle Times and GeekWire, and +Andrew Lih from American University.Mediatwits #84: Instagram to Launch Video; BuzzFeed Sued for Photo Use; Mobile Use Booms in Mideast2013-06-21 19:30:0013  
MediaShift588,528+Washington Post joined the 450 other daily U.S. newspapers with pay walls this week and also now offers "Sponsored Views" below its editorials. We’ll talk to Forbes media columnist +Jeff Bercovici about the advantages and disadvantages of pay walls at the Post and beyond. We’ll also talk to CNET’s +Declan McCullagh on new developments in the ongoing controversy surrounding NSA collection of private data from Internet companies. Finally, the digital music industry is changing as Apple hopes its new iTunes Radio will compete with Pandora, which also hopes its new terrestrial radio station will help lower royalty rates. MediaShift's +Mark Glaser will host, along with regulars +Andrew Lih of USC Annenberg and +Monica Guzman of the Seattle Times and Geekwire.Mediatwits #83: Washington Post's 'Sponsored Views' and Pay Wall; Snowden Reveals Himself as PRISM Leaker2013-06-14 19:30:009  
MediaShift588,528Government snooping has been a recurring theme on our podcast, and this week the biggest revelation of all came out: The National Security Agency has had unfettered access to servers at Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube and Apple (but not Twitter) since 2007, according to an inside government source who was horrified by the collection of private data. The source shared a top secret presentation about the PRISM program with the Washington Post and Guardian. The tech companies so far have denied being involved, but government officials have defended the program as important to track terrorists abroad. Plus, photojournalists were up in arms when the Chicago Sun-Times fired its entire staff of 28 photojournalists in favor of reporters using iPhones and freelance photographers. We’ll talk to UC Berkeley assistant professor Koci Hernandez, former photographer at the San Jose Mercury News, on the implications of this decision on the Sun-Times and on journalism as a whole. Then, we shift to the future of political reporting. While politicians are avoiding reporters and reaching out directly to constituents, Politico is expanding with new hires and new missions. We’ll bring on former NPR Congressional Correspondent and DecodeDC founder Andrea Seabrook on the role of political journalists in the shifting digital age. MediaShift’s Mark Glaser will host, along with regulars Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian, Andrew Lih from USC Annenberg and Monica Guzman of the Seattle Times and Geekwire.Mediatwits #82: NSA Snooping with Help from Tech Titans?; Sun-Times Fires Photo Staff2013-06-07 19:30:007  
MediaShift588,528With Yahoo’s $1.1 billion purchase of blogging platform Tumblr, this week’s podcast will focus on the future of the two companies and how, or if, they’ll survive the transition. Will Yahoo become the youthful information hub it struggles to be, and will Tumblr finally become profitable without alienating its users? Then, in the wake of the Justice Department’s acquisition of AP phone records, newly revealed court documents show that DOJ investigated Fox News Chief Washington Correspondent James Rosen as a “co-conspirator” in a case against a State Department adviser accused of leaking classified information. We’ll follow up on our conversation from last week on the balance between the First Amendment and the need to ensure national security. Finally, we’ll chat with our special guest, Ben Huh of Cheezburger, on why cats dominate the Internet. The roundtable will be hosted by MediaShift’s Mark Glaser, with regulars Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian, Mónica Guzmán from the Seattle Times and GeekWire, and Andrew Lih from USC.Mediatwits #81: Yahoo Snags Tumblr; DOJ Investigates Fox; Ben Huh Talks Cats2013-05-24 19:30:009  
MediaShift588,528Who's snooping on whom? First came the news that Bloomberg reporters were using the company's terminals to find out when Federal officials were logging into the system. Then came the news that the Department of Justice was secretly obtaining phone records of up to 20 journalists at the AP. While both cases were not connected, they point to a blurring of boundaries in the digital age, when digital spying and cyber-security grow ever more important. Our special guest Brian Stelter of the New York Times will talk about how broadcast TV networks are struggling against cable, streaming competition and even upstart Aereo. And second special guest Joshua Johnson, a newscaster at San Francisco public radio station KQED, will rebut a survey from Stitcher showing that 57% of Americans believe AM/FM radio will fade away in five years. The roundtable will be hosted by Mark Glaser, with regulars Ana Marie Cox from the Guardian and Andrew Lih from USC.Mediatwits #80: Feds Spy on AP, Bloomberg Spies on Feds; Future for Broadcast TV, Radio?2013-05-17 19:30:0018  
MediaShift588,528Have we reached the point of a Big Brother state online? It sure seems that way with the recent revelation that the FBI and Department of Justice routinely read private emails, Facebook messages and Twitter direct messages without a warrant -- flouting the Fourth Amendment. We'll discuss that and more on this week's episode of the Mediatwits, with special guest +Henry Jenkins professor at USC and co-author of "Spreadable Media," looking at how media spreads and why. We'll ask him why he hates the term "viral" media, and talk about his favorite fan-created media. There's also been a brouhaha about "open interviews," with Gittip founder +Chad Whitacre saying he will only do interviews streamed publicly online -- which led to TechCrunch refusing to participate. Should journalists do interviews in public? Our roundtable includes host +Mark Glaser, Seattle Times' +Monica Guzman, Guardian's +Ana Marie Cox and USC's +Andrew Lih.Mediatwits #79: FBI Reads Emails Without Warrants; Henry Jenkins on 'Spreadable Media'2013-05-10 19:30:007  
MediaShift588,528News and social media seem like two great tastes that go together. But lately, the two have been at loggerheads. After the @AP Twitter feed was hacked, Wall Street reacted as if the news was real. And during the Boston manhunt, it was hard to tell who was spreading more misinformation, social media or traditional broadcast and print news. On this week's podcast, we'll discuss the Twitter hack and what the microblogging service needs to do to stem security breaches. Our special guest +Yumi Wilson from LinkedIn will talk about how the professional social network can help journalists beyond finding jobs. Our roundtable will include +Mark Glaser  moderating, along with Guardian's +Ana Marie Cox USC's +Andrew Lih and Seattle Times' +Monica Guzman. We'll also discuss the recent purchase of Instapaper by Betaworks, a startup that has now collected news-flow tools such as bit.ly, Social Flow, Digg and Chartbeat.Mediatwits #78: Twitter Security After @AP Hack; LinkedIn for Journalists2013-05-03 19:30:006  
MediaShift588,528Join us for another episode of the Mediatwits podcast. This week we will have Financial Times reporter Emily Steel as a guest to talk about the story she broke about Twitter making a massive ad deal with Starcom for hundreds of millions of dollars. Plus, Twitter is trying to get into video content as well. Our roundtable of +Mark Glaser +Monica Guzman +Felix Salmon +Ana Marie Cox and +Andrew Lih will also be there to discuss timely topics of the week.Mediatwits #77 LIVE! with Financial Times' Emily Steel2013-04-26 19:30:006  
MediaShift588,528This week's podcast will include a detailed discussion about the Boston Marathon bombings and how they've been covered online, how news broke in social media and how people reached out to help. Our special guest is Gabriel Florit, who does data visualization for the Boston Globe and helped respond to cover the bombings. We also have regulars +Mark Glaser +Monica Guzman +Ana Marie Cox +Andrew Lih and +Felix Salmon. We'll also be discussing the Pulitzer Prize win by InsideClimate and the rise of mobile advertising and mobile use by teens.Mediatwits #76 LIVE! with Boston Globe's Gabriel Florit2013-04-19 19:30:0014  
MediaShift588,528This week's podcast will include former Obama regulatory czar Cass Sunstein, who has a new book out called "Simpler." Our roundtable will include MediaShift's +Mark Glaser Guardian's +Ana Marie Cox USC's +Andrew Lih and Seattle Times' +Monica Guzman. We'll be discussing Fox's threat to leave the airwaves over the Aereo court decision; Tumblr firing its editorial staff; and newspaper revenues not dropping as fast.Mediatwits #75 LIVE! with Special Guest Cass Sunstein2013-04-12 19:30:0016  
MediaShift588,528Watch the Mediatwits podcast LIVE here on Google+ this Friday at 10:30 am PT / 1:30 pm ET. This week's show is a special focused on the evolution of digital advertising and the rise of controversial "native ads" that look like editorial. Special guest Jonathan Perelman, VP at BuzzFeed, will be joining the roundtable, with host +Mark Glaser and regulars +Ana Marie Cox +Felix Salmon +Andrew Lih and +Monica Guzman. If you have questions or comments you'd like us to air, drop a comment into the Event, and we'll add them to the show!Mediatwits #74 LIVE! on the Evolution of Ads and Native Ads2013-04-05 19:30:0018  
MediaShift588,528Catch our weekly podcast right here on Google+ at 10:30 am PT / 1:30 pm ET. Our roundtable includes +Mark Glaser +Monica Guzman +Ana Marie Cox +Andrew Lih and +Felix Salmon with +Douglas Rushkoff as our special guest discussing his new book, "Present Shock." We'll also be talking about Yahoo's recent purchase of Summly and its 17-year-old CEO, as well as Columbia J-School's new dean and Flipboard 2.0.Mediatwits #73 LIVE! with Special Guest Douglas Rushkoff2013-03-29 18:30:0014  
MediaShift588,528This week's Mediatwits podcast takes a walk on the dark side. We have our usual roundtable with +Mark Glaser moderating, along with Guardian's +Ana Marie Cox  Seattle Times' +Monica Guzman USC's +Andrew Lih and Reuters' +Felix Salmon. Plus, special guest Amy Mitchell from Pew's Project for Excellence in Journalism will break down the massive State of the News Media report that was released last Monday. It's full of bad news for legacy media, but does offer some glimmers of hope for digital media, with the rise of native ads, mobile ads, video ads and targeted ads. Is the glass half full or empty. Plus, we'll discuss the strange case of +Matthew Keys indicted for allegedly providing passwords for Tribune Company servers for the Anonymous hackers who defaced the L.A. Times' site. Meanwhile, print pubs continue to struggle with the Boston Phoenix shutting down, and Washington Examiner and Daily Variety going weekly.Mediatwits #72 LIVE! Sad State of the News Media; Reuters' Social Editor Indicted2013-03-22 18:30:0017  
MediaShift588,528This week's Mediatwits has a Southern flavor, with a preview of the coming South by Southwest confab in Austin, as well as a look at Facebook's latest rootin' tootin' revamp of its newsfeed and what it means for media folks. Our special guest is +Joshua Topolsky  co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Verge, who will be down in Texas as a SXSW keynote questioner next Monday. Our roundtable also includes +Mark Glaser moderating, along with the Guardian's +Ana Marie Cox  Seattle Times' +Monica Guzman and Reuters' +Felix Salmon. Other topics include the state of affairs for freelance writers, who often get paid less (or nothing) to write online. Plus, Time Warner decided to spin off its magazine unit, Time Inc., rather than sell it to Meredith. #sxsw2013  Mediatwits #71 Podcast Live! with Joshua Topolsky2013-03-08 19:30:0014  
MediaShift588,528Watch our podcast live on Google+ on this event page at 10:30 am PT Friday! This week's special guest is AllThingsD's +Kara Swisher along with regular roundtable participants +Mark Glaser +Monica Guzman +Andrew Lih +Felix Salmon and +Ana Marie Cox. We'll be discussing the intense social media backlash against Seth MacFarlane during the #Oscars, as well as the new ban on working at home at Yahoo. Plus, we'll talk about the Cablevision lawsuit against Viacom and how that might lead to unbundling cable channels. And finally, there's the rise of Guggenheim Digital Media and who it might buy next.Mediatwits #70 Podcast Live! with Kara Swisher2013-03-01 19:30:0018  
MediaShift588,528This week's podcast includes our regular roundtable of +Mark Glaser +Ana Marie Cox +Felix Salmon +Monica Guzman +Andrew Lih with special guest +Guy Kawasaki. We'll be talking about Guy's new book, "APE" about self-publishing your e-book and his tips for authors to promote via social media. Other topics include the Boston Globe up for sale, and Time Inc. planning to sell most of its magazine division. Plus, people are asking Google for its Glass eyewear at #IfIHadGlass . And AllThingsD might spin off from the Wall Street Journal. (Oh yeah, it's also Mark's birthday on Friday.)Mediatwits #69 Podcast Live! with Guy Kawasaki2013-02-22 19:30:0086  
MediaShift588,528Join us for our weekly PBS MediaShift podcast! This week our roundtable includes Ana Marie Cox, Felix Salmon, Monica Guzman and moderator Mark Glaser. Our special guest is Andrew Sullivan. We'll discuss Sullivan's addition of a leaky pay wall on The Dish, as well as how the State of the Union speech played out online, the Knight Foundation paying Jonah Lehrer to speak, and whether students should take unpaid internships at media companies. Join us live on Google+ or on PBS MediaShift!Mediatwits #68 Podcast Live!2013-02-15 19:30:0023  
The Hollywood Reporter419,845Please join our LIVE conversations with filmmakers and actors at our #Sundance video lounge. We will be hosting a Hangout each day Below is today's schedule. MONDAY 1/21 12:00pm PST Filmmaker Alex Gibney discusses his new film, 'We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks'.TODAY: Hangout with Filmmaker Alex Gibney LIVE from Sundance Film Festival2013-01-21 21:00:0027  

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2013-08-19 17:01:53 (6 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Bold statement from a long-time media ethics guy: We need a radical change for media ethics in the digital age.

Most reshares: 16

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2013-08-02 19:53:21 (1 comments, 16 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

One of our most fun podcasts yet, all about Google Glass and how it can change journalism and newsgathering. With +Robert Scoble +Jeff Jarvis +Sarah Hill +Ana Marie Cox +Andrew Lih +Robert Hernandez. 

http://youtu.be/TmEhhq5IoKs

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2013-08-02 19:53:21 (1 comments, 16 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

One of our most fun podcasts yet, all about Google Glass and how it can change journalism and newsgathering. With +Robert Scoble +Jeff Jarvis +Sarah Hill +Ana Marie Cox +Andrew Lih +Robert Hernandez. 

http://youtu.be/TmEhhq5IoKs

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2014-10-24 19:13:09 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Kicking off a great weekend with our "Hack the Gender Gap" conversation at Google, moderated by Amy Webb, with a timely discussion about women in media and tech. If you're not coming, please watch the live-stream at PBS MediaShift starting at 5:30 pm PT:

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2014/10/live-stream-hack-the-gender-gap-on-women-in-tech-media/

#gendergap  

Kicking off a great weekend with our "Hack the Gender Gap" conversation at Google, moderated by Amy Webb, with a timely discussion about women in media and tech. If you're not coming, please watch the live-stream at PBS MediaShift starting at 5:30 pm PT:

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2014/10/live-stream-hack-the-gender-gap-on-women-in-tech-media/

#gendergap  ___

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2014-10-06 19:42:10 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Our Collab/Space event in Chicago was a blast; join us for the next one in DC on November 6th at the Washington Post. Sponsored by the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri: http://ow.ly/Ckz5P
Grab the early bird discount while it lasts!

Our Collab/Space event in Chicago was a blast; join us for the next one in DC on November 6th at the Washington Post. Sponsored by the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri: http://ow.ly/Ckz5P
Grab the early bird discount while it lasts!___

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2014-09-11 23:56:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Oh, it's on! We're coming to DC with Collab/Space, hosted by The Washington Post and sponsored by RJI, on Nov. 6. Focus will be on open data, data journalism and visualizations -- and right after the election!

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/collabspace-dc/

Oh, it's on! We're coming to DC with Collab/Space, hosted by The Washington Post and sponsored by RJI, on Nov. 6. Focus will be on open data, data journalism and visualizations -- and right after the election!

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/collabspace-dc/___

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2014-09-04 14:40:33 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Why don't people want to share their opinions on social media about controversial topics? The spiral of silence: http://ow.ly/B5n2m 

Why don't people want to share their opinions on social media about controversial topics? The spiral of silence: http://ow.ly/B5n2m ___

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2014-08-27 00:05:44 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

In the wake of violence in #Ferguson  and so many cities, this symposium in Chicago next week should be timely and fascinating. I hope you'll join me there.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/truth-trust-in-the-21st-century-journalisms-role-in-telling-the-story-of-violence-in-chicago-registration-12411155099

In the wake of violence in #Ferguson  and so many cities, this symposium in Chicago next week should be timely and fascinating. I hope you'll join me there.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/truth-trust-in-the-21st-century-journalisms-role-in-telling-the-story-of-violence-in-chicago-registration-12411155099___

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2014-08-18 17:22:13 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Great story about Inkshares, the company I'm advising, which now has funding from the rapper Nas!

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/publisher-news/article/63694-inkshares-looks-to-marry-the-old-with-the-new.html

Great story about Inkshares, the company I'm advising, which now has funding from the rapper Nas!

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/publisher-news/article/63694-inkshares-looks-to-marry-the-old-with-the-new.html___

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2014-08-16 04:18:04 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Why is broadband Internet service more expensive and slower in the U.S. than in other countries? We discuss on this week's podcast.
http://youtu.be/GewyrY0PTkg

Why is broadband Internet service more expensive and slower in the U.S. than in other countries? We discuss on this week's podcast.
http://youtu.be/GewyrY0PTkg___

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2014-08-08 17:40:29 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

How do news sites balance the need for speed online and making sure stories are original? BuzzFeed, the NY Times and Washington Post have all struggled with copy-and-paste content from other sources, and need to rethink their standards in the social age. The Mediatwits discuss on this week's podcast: http://youtu.be/V21IooilR0E

How do news sites balance the need for speed online and making sure stories are original? BuzzFeed, the NY Times and Washington Post have all struggled with copy-and-paste content from other sources, and need to rethink their standards in the social age. The Mediatwits discuss on this week's podcast: http://youtu.be/V21IooilR0E___

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2014-07-01 00:25:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

We are heading out for a family vacation from July 14 to 24 and renting out our place on Airbnb. Let us know if you're interested in staying at our house in SF then!

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3378019

We are heading out for a family vacation from July 14 to 24 and renting out our place on Airbnb. Let us know if you're interested in staying at our house in SF then!

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3378019___

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2014-05-24 02:56:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

This week's podcast looks at big changes at NPR as it deals with changing audio habits and rise of streaming services, podcasts and apps.

This week's podcast looks at big changes at NPR as it deals with changing audio habits and rise of streaming services, podcasts and apps.___

2014-04-25 17:05:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

The small start-up with even smaller antennas, Aereo, has put the big broadcasters on the defensive. Why? Because Aereo does not pay for content. But you don't pay for it either. Hear how the SCOTUS ruling on Aereo will affect how you watch TV on latest Mediatwits Podcast with FilmOn CEO +Alki David, Dan Rayburn from StreamingMedia.com, and Ben Collins from Esquire: http://ow.ly/wadvC

The small start-up with even smaller antennas, Aereo, has put the big broadcasters on the defensive. Why? Because Aereo does not pay for content. But you don't pay for it either. Hear how the SCOTUS ruling on Aereo will affect how you watch TV on latest Mediatwits Podcast with FilmOn CEO +Alki David, Dan Rayburn from StreamingMedia.com, and Ben Collins from Esquire: http://ow.ly/wadvC___

2014-04-24 22:45:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Judging by the last Blurb event Tuesday, the one tonight in SF is going to be amazing! Come by Dogpatch Studios tonight between 6 pm and 9 pm to see books + art.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/imprimatur-unbinding-the-book-san-francisco-launch-tickets-11238301061

Judging by the last Blurb event Tuesday, the one tonight in SF is going to be amazing! Come by Dogpatch Studios tonight between 6 pm and 9 pm to see books + art.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/imprimatur-unbinding-the-book-san-francisco-launch-tickets-11238301061___

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2014-04-18 16:01:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Why did Google and Facebook just buy drone makers? Will they use them for evil or to blanket the world with Internet access? Learn more on this week's Mediatwits podcast, with guests Chris Anderson from 3D Robotics and Matt Waite from the Drone Journalism Lab: http://ow.ly/vUOvV 

Why did Google and Facebook just buy drone makers? Will they use them for evil or to blanket the world with Internet access? Learn more on this week's Mediatwits podcast, with guests Chris Anderson from 3D Robotics and Matt Waite from the Drone Journalism Lab: http://ow.ly/vUOvV ___

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2014-04-16 17:56:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

In Venezuela, Data Journalism Is Taking Off

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2014/04/in-venezuela-data-journalism-is-taking-off/

In Venezuela, Data Journalism Is Taking Off

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2014/04/in-venezuela-data-journalism-is-taking-off/___

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2014-04-15 17:36:18 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

UNC journalism major Corinne Jurney explains how important sales are as she takes on the Capitol Hound project and has to, gulp, ask people directly for money: http://www.pbs.org/idealab/2014/04/when-you-think-youre-a-reporter-but-youre-really-in-sales/

UNC journalism major Corinne Jurney explains how important sales are as she takes on the Capitol Hound project and has to, gulp, ask people directly for money: http://www.pbs.org/idealab/2014/04/when-you-think-youre-a-reporter-but-youre-really-in-sales/___

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2014-04-14 17:44:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

The Scripps Innovation Challenge gives out $20,000 in prizes for solutions in media innovation, and calls for entries around the entire University. Check out what they've learned and what students learn: http://ow.ly/vKBqX #EdShift

The Scripps Innovation Challenge gives out $20,000 in prizes for solutions in media innovation, and calls for entries around the entire University. Check out what they've learned and what students learn: http://ow.ly/vKBqX #EdShift___

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2014-03-28 19:56:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I interviewed these folks at 22nd Century Media in Chicago. They have an interesting business model for suburban papers: free print delivery and $39 to access to their web stories.

I interviewed these folks at 22nd Century Media in Chicago. They have an interesting business model for suburban papers: free print delivery and $39 to access to their web stories.___

2014-03-18 22:13:19 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I will be there too!

Pie! I like pie. Join me in eating pie, or bring a pie to try to earn a ribbon at the San Francisco Community School Pie Social. You can also bid on fantastic items at the silent auction. #SFCSPieSocial - http://m.bpt.me/event/583150.___I will be there too!

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2014-03-18 22:12:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

I submitted our SpeechFire idea to the Knight Foundation News Challenge. Appreciate your "applause" or comments in support! 

https://www.newschallenge.org/challenge/2014/submissions/speechfire-a-hub-for-free-speech-online

I submitted our SpeechFire idea to the Knight Foundation News Challenge. Appreciate your "applause" or comments in support! 

https://www.newschallenge.org/challenge/2014/submissions/speechfire-a-hub-for-free-speech-online___

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2014-02-26 23:56:05 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

This is the most awesome school fundraiser (for my son's school): Pie Social and Contest in SF: http://sfpiesocial.brownpapertickets.com/ Yum!

This is the most awesome school fundraiser (for my son's school): Pie Social and Contest in SF: http://sfpiesocial.brownpapertickets.com/ Yum!___

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2014-02-25 17:46:34 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

I love this book idea: "The Cat's Pajamas," a children's book that aims to find out where that expression came from. By Daniel Wallace, who wrote the novel "Big Fish." Give a donation to make it happen!

https://www.inkshares.com/projects/the-cat-s-pajamas

(p.s. I am an advisor to Inkshares, a crowdfunding book publisher.)

I love this book idea: "The Cat's Pajamas," a children's book that aims to find out where that expression came from. By Daniel Wallace, who wrote the novel "Big Fish." Give a donation to make it happen!

https://www.inkshares.com/projects/the-cat-s-pajamas

(p.s. I am an advisor to Inkshares, a crowdfunding book publisher.)___

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2014-02-21 23:50:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Fun podcast today, talking about the future of education -- online, MOOCs, hybrid or in person (or all of the above)? With +Andrew Lih +Felix Salmon +Rosental Alves and +Daniel Seaton.

Fun podcast today, talking about the future of education -- online, MOOCs, hybrid or in person (or all of the above)? With +Andrew Lih +Felix Salmon +Rosental Alves and +Daniel Seaton.___

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2014-02-19 23:19:08 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Big day today for me and for +PBS MediaShift. We just launched our new EducationShift project, with a responsive website; increased coverage of journalism school innovation; a bi-weekly Twitter chat; networking events and workshops, and more to come! Take a look and let me know what you think.

Big day today for me and for +PBS MediaShift. We just launched our new EducationShift project, with a responsive website; increased coverage of journalism school innovation; a bi-weekly Twitter chat; networking events and workshops, and more to come! Take a look and let me know what you think.___

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2014-02-15 00:10:19 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Interesting take on how social media and journalists pile-on #SochiProblems, which have somewhat overshadowed the Games. What do you think?

Interesting take on how social media and journalists pile-on #SochiProblems, which have somewhat overshadowed the Games. What do you think?___

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2014-02-14 23:20:22 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Writers should check out a new platform for crowdfunding called Inkshares, where people can help fund your work. They differ from existing platforms by acting as a publisher and doing the heavy lifting beyond writing. (I am an advisor to the startup.)

Here's a fun story already funded on the site called "Searching for Judaism in Dehydrated Swine."

https://www.inkshares.com/projects/searching-for-judaism-in-dehydrated-swine-

Writers should check out a new platform for crowdfunding called Inkshares, where people can help fund your work. They differ from existing platforms by acting as a publisher and doing the heavy lifting beyond writing. (I am an advisor to the startup.)

Here's a fun story already funded on the site called "Searching for Judaism in Dehydrated Swine."

https://www.inkshares.com/projects/searching-for-judaism-in-dehydrated-swine-___

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2014-02-13 00:07:08 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Yes, smartphones are getting in the way of personal relationships. It's a thing now, and Pew confirms it. As if we didn't know.

Yes, smartphones are getting in the way of personal relationships. It's a thing now, and Pew confirms it. As if we didn't know.___

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2014-02-05 17:42:33 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

What would you nominated as the best blog in the world? http://www.thebobs.com/

What would you nominated as the best blog in the world? http://www.thebobs.com/___

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2013-12-10 17:18:00 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Wanted to let you know about a couple great resources for crowdfunders. At +PBS MediaShift we've had a week-long special on crowdfunding:

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2013/12/special-series-crowdfunding-the-media/

Plus, our latest podcast was all about crowdfunding, with Indiegogo CEO +Slava rubin and others who have successful campaigns. Check it out:

http://youtu.be/W7dE1mIpQjY

Wanted to let you know about a couple great resources for crowdfunders. At +PBS MediaShift we've had a week-long special on crowdfunding:

http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2013/12/special-series-crowdfunding-the-media/

Plus, our latest podcast was all about crowdfunding, with Indiegogo CEO +Slava rubin and others who have successful campaigns. Check it out:

http://youtu.be/W7dE1mIpQjY___

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2013-10-24 19:40:30 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Thanks for the great coverage, John, and appreciate you coming and participating in the workshop too.

Thanks for the great coverage, John, and appreciate you coming and participating in the workshop too.___

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2013-10-11 18:01:30 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Appreciate the shout-out for Collab/Space Atlanta. There's more info on the event here too:
http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/collabspace-atlanta-workshop-your-startup/

Appreciate the shout-out for Collab/Space Atlanta. There's more info on the event here too:
http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/collabspace-atlanta-workshop-your-startup/___

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2013-08-21 19:27:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Interesting project that shows Brazilians how their government budget is coming up short.

Interesting project that shows Brazilians how their government budget is coming up short.___

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2013-08-20 20:07:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

An early experiment by Poynter in helping schools run their Journalism 101 classes failed, but might point the way toward more experiments.

An early experiment by Poynter in helping schools run their Journalism 101 classes failed, but might point the way toward more experiments.___

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2013-08-19 17:01:53 (6 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Bold statement from a long-time media ethics guy: We need a radical change for media ethics in the digital age.

Bold statement from a long-time media ethics guy: We need a radical change for media ethics in the digital age.___

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2013-08-16 18:53:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Fun podcast today, talking about Bezos buying the Washington Post, and speculating on Bill Gates and others possibly buying the NY Times. With Reuters' +Jack Shafer and NYT's +Nick Wingfield.

Fun podcast today, talking about Bezos buying the Washington Post, and speculating on Bill Gates and others possibly buying the NY Times. With Reuters' +Jack Shafer and NYT's +Nick Wingfield.___

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2013-08-09 18:13:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

One of the more interesting takes on how Bezos could succeed as owner at the Washington Post.

One of the more interesting takes on how Bezos could succeed as owner at the Washington Post.___

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2013-08-07 01:53:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Great analysis of what Jeff Bezos will do with the Washington Post. And it's not standing pat.

Great analysis of what Jeff Bezos will do with the Washington Post. And it's not standing pat.___

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2013-08-06 22:18:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Who's got next? Vote in our poll.

Who's got next? Vote in our poll.___

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2013-08-06 05:03:14 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

A roundup of all the stories, reaction, jokes and social shock to Bezos buying the Post.

A roundup of all the stories, reaction, jokes and social shock to Bezos buying the Post.___

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2013-08-02 19:53:21 (1 comments, 16 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

One of our most fun podcasts yet, all about Google Glass and how it can change journalism and newsgathering. With +Robert Scoble +Jeff Jarvis +Sarah Hill +Ana Marie Cox +Andrew Lih +Robert Hernandez. 

http://youtu.be/TmEhhq5IoKs

One of our most fun podcasts yet, all about Google Glass and how it can change journalism and newsgathering. With +Robert Scoble +Jeff Jarvis +Sarah Hill +Ana Marie Cox +Andrew Lih +Robert Hernandez. 

http://youtu.be/TmEhhq5IoKs___

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2013-07-30 17:45:44 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

RebelMouse helps present social feeds in a more graphical way. Dorian Benkoil takes a look inside their business and talks to CEO Paul Berry.

RebelMouse helps present social feeds in a more graphical way. Dorian Benkoil takes a look inside their business and talks to CEO Paul Berry.___

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2013-07-29 21:45:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

How Vox Media created tech and gaming sites while also working on the software to build them.

How Vox Media created tech and gaming sites while also working on the software to build them.___

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2013-07-29 20:14:47 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

If you give laptops to every student in a high school, what kinds of filters should you install? Here's one interesting take.

If you give laptops to every student in a high school, what kinds of filters should you install? Here's one interesting take.___

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2013-07-26 18:31:47 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Craigslist founder +Craig Newmark  writes about the problem with fact-checking and that he wants more accountability at news orgs.

Craigslist founder +Craig Newmark  writes about the problem with fact-checking and that he wants more accountability at news orgs.___

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2013-07-24 22:48:29 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

"Avoid scenesters" and other good tips for hiring at a media startup, from +Rafat Ali.

"Avoid scenesters" and other good tips for hiring at a media startup, from +Rafat Ali.___

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2013-07-24 18:27:05 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

How does collaboration help investigative reporting stay alive? Check out this stat: "The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists worked with 86 investigative journalists from 46 countries to shine light on the seedy underworld of offshore tax havens."

How does collaboration help investigative reporting stay alive? Check out this stat: "The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists worked with 86 investigative journalists from 46 countries to shine light on the seedy underworld of offshore tax havens."___

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2013-07-24 00:14:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

When Congress let the Voice of America broadcast in the U.S., it was derided as spreading propaganda. +Josh Stearns has a different, much more sane, opinion.

When Congress let the Voice of America broadcast in the U.S., it was derided as spreading propaganda. +Josh Stearns has a different, much more sane, opinion.___

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2013-07-23 00:17:39 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Poll: Who will run the TV networks of tomorrow? Vote here:
http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2013/07/poll-who-will-run-the-tv-networks-of-tomorrow

So far, Google, Apple and Netflix are leading.

Poll: Who will run the TV networks of tomorrow? Vote here:
http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2013/07/poll-who-will-run-the-tv-networks-of-tomorrow

So far, Google, Apple and Netflix are leading.___

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2013-07-22 17:33:11 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Even though just 5% of Cubans have Internet access, dissidents have been savvy about getting the word out through blogs and social media. Here's how: http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2013/07/cuban-dissidents-harness-the-internet

Even though just 5% of Cubans have Internet access, dissidents have been savvy about getting the word out through blogs and social media. Here's how: http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2013/07/cuban-dissidents-harness-the-internet___

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2013-07-19 17:18:52 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Watch our podcast live starting at 10:30 am PT! Talking about the future of TV.

http://youtu.be/49adg0EVySw

Watch our podcast live starting at 10:30 am PT! Talking about the future of TV.

http://youtu.be/49adg0EVySw___

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2013-07-18 20:01:47 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

TV correspondents wearing Google Glass? It could happen.

TV correspondents wearing Google Glass? It could happen.___

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