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Blog covering news related to streaming media player, gadgets, and product reviews.
Former TV critic Jeff Jarvis gives a personal account of whatever has caught his eye in the media, faculties of journalistic studies, and current affairs.
|Daryl Cagle's Cartoon Weblog|
Gain an insight and background as to where this cartoonist draws inspiration. Read feedback from other readers and click to add further comment.
Deals with practical issues in the newsroom and real solutions for working journalists. A cooperative Webblog with participation of the World Editors Forum board members.
Dutch blog covering news and opinions about digital trends. Including articles and columns about marketing, journalism, politics, and social networking.
Daily collaborative blog scouring the globe for stories about the latest trends in TV and new media. Also lists media jobs, resources, jargon definitions, and archives.
|Regret The Error|
Discussing corrections, retractions, clarifications and trends regarding accuracy and honesty in newspapers, magazines, and broadcasts.
Weblog focusing on social media tips and strategy by Cheryl Harrison.
David Crisp puts a blowtorch of frank scrutiny to the underbelly of journalistic conduct. Reviews other columnists, newspaper articles, and current media events.
Reviewing everyday a new comic. Categories available are Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and Vertigo Comics.
Ongoing examination of the way the collision of technology and journalism is transforming the media landscape. Discussion of the issues facing grassroots journalism as it grows into an important force in society.
Collection of thoughts, ideas, and stories on life and digital media.
A view from the newsroom with this group weblog by Steve Outing and company at The Poynter Institute. Covers topical news and analysis of the developments in online journalism, media, and publishing.
|Hic Sunt Leones|
Milan-based journalist seeks to chart the unmapped areas of today's media and coverage of topical events. Witticism frequently follows the snippets for a variety of global news sources.
|Media Drop, The|
Covering the media industry as a whole - its evolution, branding, corporate structure, and content policies. Feature topics include advertising, breaking news, election coverage, ethics, blooper spotting, and concerns for journalism.
Mark Friesen, a news designer at The Oregonian in Portland, provides insight to print journalism, graphic illustrations, awards, and industry gossip. Also offers compendium of newspaper front pages.
|Notes From A Writing Coach|
John Rains offers writing tips designed at making newspapers more readable.
Articulations of a prosecutor in Los Angeles County. Frequent target of criticism is the Los Angeles Dog Trainer (aka the L.A. Times). Topics include media bias, legal issues, and libertarian/conservative politics.
Charter, archive, and open invitation to join Leonard Witt, educators and other journalists at the Public Journalism Network (PJNet). Deals with the relationship between journalism, democracy, and the communities they serve.
Media critic, Jay Rosen, plots evolving patterns in the world of journalism and the broader community. Also offers FAQ and link to introductory post.
Retraces the career of Dan Rather at CBS News. Criticism draws the conclusion that this was America's most partisan journalist. Compares quotes and recaps the achorman's many bizarre experiences.
|Reflections of a Newsosaur|
Twin passions, journalism and technology, are at the core of Alan Mutter's musings. A veteran media executive who warns news-gathering companies risk stumbling to extinction.
Provides a running log of highly rated repeat tweets as well as significant highlights of media coverage involving tweeting and Twitter.
Derek Willis covers journalism and computer-assisted reporting. Offers tips on how journalists can use spreadsheets, databases, mapping and statistical programs to improve news gathering skills.
Tim Porter's journal offers dire warnings about newspapers, their readership, and slipping standards of journalism. Read the Quality Manifesto.
Covers the television news industry, with its primary focus on cable news. Deals also with other U.S. broadcast networks. Its author, Brian Stelter, is a contributing editor to mediabistro.