CyberJournalist.net is the premier news and resource site about how the digital technology is transforming the media.
CyberJournalist.net has been named a top 100 digital media site by Cnet, recommended by dozens of publications, from the Columbia Journalism Review to Vanity Fair to USA TODAY, and been visited by readers in more than 200 countries.
The site offers tips, news and commentary about the future of media, social media, mobile trends, innovation in media, online journalism and digital storytelling.
About the Founder & Publisher
CyberJournalist.net is published by Jonathan Dube, an award-winning online and print journalist who founded the site in 2000. Dube is the former SVP & GM of AOL News & Information and Past President of the Online News Association. He’s also served as the VP& GM of ABCNews.com, the Head of Digital Media for CBC News, and Managing Producer of MSNBC.com. He’s won six Society of Professional Journalists awards, and his coverage of the 1999 World Trade Organization riots in Seattle won ONA’s first-ever Online Journalism Award for Breaking News.
CyberJournalist.net was founded in 2000. From 2002 to 2005 the site was published in partnership with The Media Center at the American Press Institute; from 2005 to 2007 the site was published in partnership with the Online News Association.
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COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSIONS
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MEDIA BLOGGERS ASSOCIATION
CyberJournalist.net is also a founding member of the Media Bloggers Association.