Top news industry stories this week: J.K. Rowling’s boy wizard series comes to a cinematic end, aggravated over content aggregation & NOTW scandal deepens.
Journalists and editors are well suited to lead companies’ content marketing efforts, if they can overcome several pitfalls, two experts on the subject explain.
The News of the World closes, Google+ debuts, NY Times rolls out LongReads and more must-reads for writers for the week ending July 8, 2011.
In this guest post, reporter Bill Lascher shares the tech tools and digital media tips he picked up at the recent 2011 Digital Journalism Camp in Portland.
Lost in coverage of AOL’s $315 million deal for Huffington Post is where it leaves the writers and bloggers who create all their content. What’s in it for them?
Help A Reporter Out (HARO) founder Peter Shankman gives tips for getting the most out of the story source-finding site popular with reporters and other writers.
Help A Reporter Out (HARO) founder Peter Shankman talks about what has and hasn’t changed since he sold the service to PR software maker Vocus in June 2010.
Hyperlocal, nonprofit news, content mills and other top media industry trends of 2010.