On the podcast this week (our second ultra-svelte 3×5 edition), Kyle and I continue our discussion of newspapers, journalism, and the need for new business models as the industry moves forward. Here’s a summary of the topics at hand: Kyle blogged about how the way we consume news in today’s world doesn’t leave much room […]
Lauren Streib writes on Forbes.com that newspapers may be going under, but colleges are packed with journalism students. Leo and the folks at TWiT were wondering where the hell all these students are coming from. Is the blogosphere looking for professional training? I have a feeling Andrew Keen wouldn’t complain about having better trained bloggers, […]
Senator Benjamin L. Cardin of Maryland offers some food for thought; he’s introduced a bill that would allow newspapers to become nonprofit organizations.