Monthly Archives: December 2009

My End-of-Decade Top 10 List

As the end of the decade nears, I’m realizing that many of the statements being issued in the Web journalism vs. ‘traditional’ journalism¬† debate these days are repetitive — pointless points made countless times during the past decade of revolution. … Continue reading

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The E-mail Interview

In a recent posting on Poynter’s E-Media Tidbits blog, Paul Bradshaw tackled questions over who owns the interview in an era where reporters are increasingly relying on e-mail not only as a form of communication but also as a way … Continue reading

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