Credibility, journalism in the Trump era and other news

The Content Strategist has a news roundup that is worth reading. It is somewhat political. At the same time, it includes a number of articles gathered from various news publications that make for very interesting reading. I am particularly interested in the piece about credibility on Current Affairs: Current Affairs editor Nathan J. Robinson lays […]

Confessions of a police assassin: fine journalism

The Guardian’s piece about the confessions of a police assassin in Manipur is an example of the kind of journalism I hope will survive into the future.

Journalism as a service

One of Jeff Jarvis’ suggestions for creating a more sustainable news publishing industry is to treat journalism as a service, rather than as a commodity content factory. That appeals to me and I hope that is what the future holds.

Hey IOL, it’s ok to link to Gareth Cliff’s blog post

IOL mentioned and quoted from Gareth Cliff’s blog post about his dismissal from M-Net’s “Idols” without the courtesy of a link to his blog post. This devalues his work and undermines the Web’s link economy. It is also not great journalism.

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