Monthly Archives: May 2015
Does Your Newsroom Collaborate With Another Organization?
Access to Police Body-Cam Video
Don’t Confuse Memorial Day With Veterans Day
There’s a very big difference, which a lot of news writers, reporters, producers, photographers, and anchors don’t seem to understand. Memorial Day is about honoring the memory (hence, “Memorial Day”) of sailors and soldiers who died in the line of duty. Veterans Day is to honor ALL who serve and ... - MORE -
The Changing Newsroom Environment
Is your newsroom workstation set up so that everything you need is at arm’s reach? If so, that may not be a good thing! The most recent installation in a Huffington Post series about how the newsroom is changing – and, more to the point, being changed by management design... - MORE -
Technology In The Newsroom: Latest Stats
News On FM Radio Is Drawing A Younger Audience
Not all that long ago, typical practice was to put spoken word formats on AM stations, and music formats on FM stations. That’s changing now, with the migration in many markets to FM of a number of former AM-only news formats. How has it affected the news-gathering operations of these... - MORE -
Does J-School Teach What Reporters Need to Know?
An age-old question, to be sure; here’s a quick summary of a recent survey from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The article has a link to the full survey and results. Posted by Tim Morrissey... - MORE -