Category Archives: media reform

The Carnival Takes Off

I always enjoyed carnivals growing up.  You never knew what to expect — new games, rides, foods just around the corner.   And, such an eclectic group of people that often looked and acted strangely 🙂 I think what David Cohn … Continue reading

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Media Reform: Look to Curation, Innovation to Bring Change

Somewhere during the run-up to the 2000 election, I remember legendary Washington Post columnist David Broder writing about the increasing split within the country along the Blue (liberal) – Red (conservative) divide.  I guess what I saw this weekend at … Continue reading

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Journo Bashing Dominates Day 1 at NCMR

After Day 1 at the National Conference for Media Reform Friday, one young journalist told me that she felt like the enemy.  Indeed. I’ll admit, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this conference.  Partly because when we talk … Continue reading

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