Tag Archives: Newspaper

The Publisher Audience

By | April 26, 2010

By Robin Lubbock For years I’ve been meaning to write this post, but it seemed so obvious that I kept neglecting to write this thought down. I am the publisher. You are the publisher. Anyone with a screen is the publisher. That changes everything. It moves institutions that are publishers on paper or on the air one step… Read More »

Another News Map

By | July 20, 2005

Probably not very new this, but I love it as a way to get a sense of how the traditional print media are presenting the day’s news around the world: Newseum “Today’s Front Pages” is an online presentation of one of the Newseum’s most popular exhibits. Every morning, more than 300 newspapers from around the world submit their… Read More »

Can Software End Plagiarism?

By | March 16, 2004

With all this gadgetry, you’d think that plagiarism was a thing of the past. OK, it wasn’t plagiarism, more like fiction, but the point is the same: Watching Shattered Glass, the movie about fabulating New Republic ‘journalist’ Stephen Glass, the other night, I couldn’t help wondering why no one had picked up on his lies earlier. I mean… Read More »

News: When Is A Newspaper Website Not A Newspaper Website?

By | October 3, 2003

 More on disguised branding, this time with newspaper-related sites. Steve Outing points out on Poynter that newspapers are putting up bloglike sites to appeal to the younger crowd, while playing down the site’s connections to the owner. Steve cites the Arizona Daily Star’s AZNightBuzz, where “there’s no indication on the home page that the site is connected to… Read More »