Lost Remote is a group blog that covers local TV and the intense battle for local online audiences and advertising dollars.
Jim Romenesko provides your daily fix of media industry news, commentary, and memos.
Your guide to the digital media revolution. Find out more about legacy media, social media, culture, and journalism education.
Jeff Jarvis, director of the interactive journalism program at the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism, blogs about media and news.
Jay Rosen is a press critic, an observer of journalism’s habits, and also a writer trying to make sense of the world. Rosen is interested in the ideas about journalism that journalists work within, and those they feel they can work without. He tries to discover the consequences in the world that result from having the kind of press we do.
TechCrunch is dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies. In addition to covering new companies, TechCrunch profiles existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the new web space.
Audience Research & Development’s Terry Heaton writes about the postmodern media environment and on the need for media companies to reinvent themselves before it is too late.
Steve Rubel, Director of Insights for Edelman Digital, explores how emerging technologies are revolutionizing marketing communications.
Online Journalism professor Mindy Adams provides notes from the classroom and observations about today’s practice of journalism online. Includes helpful tips and instructions on how to become a more competent online journalist.
Delving deep into the multimedia world, MultimediaShooter hopes to bring simple and totally career-altering advice for managing information and time. It attempts to reveal the ways hardware and software can improve our multimedia/storytelling skills.
I Want Media is a Web site focusing on diversified media news and resources. It provides quick access to media news and industry data, updated throughout the day.