CyberJournalist.net is a news and resource site that focuses on how the Internet, convergence and new technologies are changing the media.
The site offers tips, news and commentary about online journalism, citizen's media, digital storytelling, converged news operations and using the Internet as a reporting tool. CyberJournalist.net highlights examples of online journalism with the aim of recognizing those who do great work and helping those who don't. The site also explores how technology is affecting journalism, with an emphasis on how the Internet can help all journalists better do their jobs.
The site features a Great Work Gallery of outstanding online journalism; a Weblog Blog that tracks Weblogs' impact on journalism; the CyberJournalist List of Weblogs written by journalists; and the CyberJournalist SuperSearch newsgathering tool.
CyberJournalist.net welcomes and incorporates tips, comments and other contributions from readers. Submit now.
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About the Editor & Publisher
CyberJournalist.net is edited and published by Jonathan Dube, an award-winning online and print journalist who founded the site in 2000.
Dube is the Director of Digital Programming for CBC News. He also writes a weekly column and occasionally teaches for The Poynter Institute; serves on the board of the Online News Association as Second Vice President; and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Center for Citizen Media.
Previously, he served as Editorial Director for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Web site, CBC.ca; MSNBC.com's managing producer and technology editor; a national producer for ABCNEWS.com; a writer for The Charlotte Observer; and a stringer for The New York Times. 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.
All of the site's content is written by Dube unless otherwise noted and only reflects his opinions and those of other contributors; the site does not necessarily reflect the opinions of his employers or the Online News Association.
About the Online News Association
CyberJournalist.net is published in partnership with the Online News
Association. ONA has partnered with the site as a service to ONA members and as a means of giving the organization exposure to a wider audience of journalists, academics and industry professionals. ONA pays for the right to co-brand the site and for certain marketing opportunities designed to advance ONA's strategic development and membership goals.
The Online News Association is an organization composed largely of professional online journalists. The association is dedicated to promoting editorial integrity, independence, excellence and freedom of expression in digital news. For more information about ONA, visit the association's site at journalists.org.
Prior to the alliance with the Online News Association, CyberJournalist.net was published for three years in partnership with The Media Center at the American Press Institute.
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