USA Today to stream live show using Mogulus

Mike Snider, Entertainment reporter from USA TODAY ’s gaming blog Game Hunters, will host a live show today live from the Game Deveopers Conference showfloor in San Francisco today, starting at 4:45 pm PT on the Mogulus Pro channel usatoday_gdc. The broadcast will cover the latest and hottest news in the world of computer gaming […]

Former CNN Anchor Moves to The Onion “In yet another sign that the line between real news and fake news is getting thinner, one of CNN’s main anchors during the 1980s and 1990s, Bobbie Battista, has taken a step through the looking glass and can now be seen anchoring reports online for ONN, The Onion News Network.”

Where Twitter drives traffic to

Hitwise looks at what types of sites Twitter is driving traffic to and says it’s more similar to a social network than a search site.

Why Newspapers Can’t Be Saved, but the News Can

Eric Etheridge on Is the apparent demise of the print media a “revolution”?

A bold experiment: Seattle takes first major metro paper online

Hearst is shutting the Seattle Post-Intelligencer down as a printed newspaper, with its last edition Tuesday, and becoming the first major media company to convert a metropolitan daily newspaper into an online only edition. Larry Kramer points out the upside of the Seattle paper’s end on The Daily Beast: “If Hearst is right, they will […]

Can SEO’s and Journalists Really Be Friends?

Search engine optimization (SEO) makes journalists groan if my experience of a busy newsroom in a national paper is anything to go by. Journalists will bristle at the idea of ‘stuffing keywords’ into their copy, while managers who often don’t understand SEO themselves rail about falling circulation figures and the need to get the extra […]

Content Sites Bracing For 50% Revenue Slowdown

TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington says he thinks display advertising revenue is going to fall of a cliff in January according to a number of content sites he’s spoken with who rely on advertising for revenue.

Seth Godin: Lessons from The New York Times’ mistakes

Seth Godin says The New York Times had a shot at “inventing the future” and blew it, and offers some lessons to be learned from its mistakes.

Follow Mumbai coverage via social media

Here’s a quick roundup of social media to check for updates and reactions, from Poynter Online.

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