That is a bold redesign, Andrea. If you click on the link, it’s readily apparent that this will look like few other newspapers in the country. In the modern era, where even a long blog post seems too time-consuming to be bothered with, it seems imperative that the “old media” move in this direction. Nicholas… Read more »
The Orlando Sentinel is making big changes to its print edition. And it is promoting it here on the web. Starting this Sunday, readers will get to touch and feel a completely new print version — and the paper is doing a great job of creating the “buzz” via its website. According to an article… Read more »
The points mentioned in this article are always worth repeating. We can’t stress enough the importance of understanding what reporters need and how to best serve as a trusted resource. Although the media landscape is changing daily with emerging media and new trends, how to best communicate and provide information to reporters is timeless and… Read more »
Twitter has become quite popular with all types of newspapers as of late. Michael Pranikoff linked this recent post on graphic designr about outlets that currently use Twitter and their number of followers. Awesome stuff! Our own Detroit Free-Press is on the list, tweeting under @freep. However, it looks like they are a little behind… Read more »
Brandon, that Common Craft tutorial had me all atwitter about their deconstruction of “Twitter,” which you posted some time ago. I love their “In Plain English” approach and the way they playfully illustrate concepts and technology: Seems like the Internets keep inventing new stuff, just when I get the old new stuff figured out!
This is interesting. The Associated Press is asking bloggers not to re-post their content: An AP attorney filed six Digital Millenium Copyright Act takedown requests this week demanding the removal of blog entries and another for a user comment. So quoting published text, and publishing it in a blog, could be akin to copyright infringement…. Read more »