Tag Archives: Mark Glaser

Will blogging keep the mainstream media in line?

By | February 12, 2004

Here’s a very interesting piece from Mark Glaser on the Adopt-A-Journalist movement, otherwise called Watchblogs. “The so-called “watchblogs” are generally anonymous bloggers who have taken it upon themselves to read each report from a particular presidential campaign reporter and then critique it for factual errors or bias,” Glaser writes. “If they gain traction, watchblogs represent another step in… Read More »

News: The Law and Blogging Revisited

By | July 9, 2003

 Further to my earlier posting about a court ruling last week that Web loggers, website operators and e-mail list editors can’t be held responsible for libel for information they republish, Mark Glaser of the University of Southern California’s Online Journalism Review takes a more nuanced view, saying “What really happened in this ruling is much more complex than that… Read More »

Link: online journalism blogs

By | June 23, 2003

Glaser rates the most influential blogs Mark Glaser in his Glaser Online column with Online Journalism Review shares his list of the most influential Web blogs. Glaser divides the blogs into liberal, conservative and media business blogs. Some of those rated highly in his list are: E-Media Tidbits, PaidContent.org, Andrew Sullivan and Instapundit.   Mark Glaser’s Guide to the… Read More »