Rumours, which are basically stories that are not, are a fascinating subject. Not only for journalists but of course for us too. Here is an anatomy of one, explained by Scott Kelby who unintentionally started it himself.
Month: December 2008
The “Top Ten” in 2008 season
So we got rid of Santa and now there are a few days for producing the Top lists for 2008 in everything. Do not wory, I am not going to add my take on it. I do what I do best and link to the rest 😉 So I thought it might be an interesting idea to provide links to various lists connected with media, that I found interesting. Enjoy
The French v Google, part Two…
Eric Scherer writes on AFP´s Mediawatch blog about what must have been a very interesting debate among some bosses of French publishing houses and Google. It was a lot about sharing, I wrote about in my previous post. The issue is not the sharing, but what is the right, and fair share. Google was not in the mood. And this was their advice: Get more traffic via better distribution of […]
A Newspaper Czar?
It was bound to happen. Since the US Government is trying to save the US car industry a debate about what else is worthy enough to be saved by Government intervention was inevitable. As it was inevitable that someone will point out that newspapers are so important, that they should, perhaps, be the next target as Brian Lambert says here. I always found it interesting how monarchistic the Americans sometime […]