After the L.A. Times’ hastily withdrawn wiki editorial, few imagined papers would tread that path again. But tread they did, though perhaps using the wisdom of the masses a bit more wisely to collate data rather than to form an opinion on said data. [Read More]
Times of London editor: 'The Web Is Now Mainstream'
But Robert Thomson adds newspapers aren’t going away: [Read More]
Fox News's website, reimagined
Not exactly new (says it was posted May 22, but I think it’s older), Andy Rutledge has a rather lengthy critique of Fox News’s website. He says his critique is in no way “a viable redesign effort beyond the specifics cited.” [Read More]
Paidcontent summarizes some major BBC restructing as they shuffle in order to deal with “new media,” which one exec is quoted as saying: “Much of what we call ‘new media’ is really present media and it belongs in the main content divisions alongside linear TV and radio.”
34% of bloggers considers themselves 'journalists'
Reuters reports that 34 percent see their blogging as a form of journalism while 65 percent don’t. The survey found that 77 percent write to personally express themselves, rather than for fortune and glory. [Read More]