Media Insiders Say Internet Hurts Journalism

The Atlantic: In a poll of prominent members of the national news media, nearly two-thirds say the Internet is hurting journalism more than it is helping. The poll, conducted by The Atlantic and National Journal, asked 43 media insiders whether, on balance, journalism has been helped more or hurt more by the rise of news […]

Can ‘Curation’ Save Media?

Steve Rosenbaum says “curation is the new role of media professionals.”

Why so many folks are applying to journalism schools

While many journalism jobs are disappearing, j-school applications are up. Why?

Google CEO to newspapers: Don’t ‘piss off’ your readers

Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s told newspaper editors at the Newspaper Association of America convention that they shouldn’t “piss off” their readers or else they won’t have any left.

Economic mood indicator from New York Times

In a new New York Times interactive feature, “How Do You Feel About the Economy?,” readers can enter the word that best describes your current mood and follow the most popular choices from readers of NYTimes.com.