The fourth of our roundtables on the future of the news media focuses on news magazines. Our group of experts sees big changes ahead for the industry in content and approach.
Challenges to the Newspaper Industry
In the third of our roundtables on the future of the news media, industry experts analyze the health of the newspaper business and offer their ideas on what it can and should do to survive.
Radio News Roundtable
Where does audio (or radio) lie on the fragmenting old media vs. new media spectrum? Can this medium, with its long, rich history, evolve to fit a changing information universe, or is it an endangered species?
What is Podcasting?
A primer on podcasting - includes sections on audience data, where to go to download podcasts, the economics of the medium, and tips on how one can create a podcast.
The Future of Network TV News
The Project for Excellence in Journalism introduces the first in a series of nine roundtables with industry experts on the future of the news media. Today’s roundtable concerns the changing landscape of Network TV news.
Last Call at the ASNE Saloon
Text of a speech Carroll, the former editor of the Los Angeles Times, gave at the 2006 ASNE Convention in Seattle, Washington, on April 26, 2006.
A new PEJ study takes an in-depth look at tabloids and compares them to traditional broadsheet newspapers.
Box Scores and Bylines
A new PEJ study finds sports newspaper fronts markedly different from other section fronts.
All the News That's Fed
Though presidents have always worked hard to get their message out, the Bush administration has pushed the envelope, especially with its aggressive use of the faux news segments called video news releases.
A New Journalism for Democracy in a New Age
A speech delivered at the Escuela de Periodismo UAM/El País, Madrid, Spain, February 1, 2005
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